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Towards a framework for assessing urban resilience Application to a case study in Lyon (France)

Abstract : This chapter deals with urban resilience assessment tools. It starts by describing a resilient area as one able to face not only shocks but also stresses and dependency. It then shows the limits of the operational implementation of a Cost-Benefit-Analysis to assess the benefits of resilience actions and the need for an alternative decision-making tool for practitioners. It then outlines an original tool to assess the resilience of an area or public space. It describes the six resilience levers of the tool to encourage resilience momentum. At the end of the chapter, the decision-making tool is implemented to assess the resilience of a planning operation in Lyon, France. The discussion concludes on the role of combined
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Nicolas Cerema, Lise Bourdeau-Lepage, Marie-Laure Couderc Papaix, Nicolas Furmanek, Sarah Talandier. Towards a framework for assessing urban resilience Application to a case study in Lyon (France). 2019. ⟨halshs-02432350⟩

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