Published works

Published works

Managing Critical Infrastructure in a Changing Climate: Risk, Roles, Responsibilities and Politics Conference Paper 2014

TitleManaging Critical Infrastructure in a Changing Climate: Risk, Roles, Responsibilities and Politics Conference Paper 2014
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2015
AuthorsHussey, K, Dovers, S
Conference NameBushfire and Natural Hazards CRC and AFAC Wellington Conference 2014
Date Published02/2015
Abstract

Critical infrastructure underpins essential services such as power, water, health, communications systems and banking and is vital to our way of life. However, a range of risks can damage or destroy critical infrastructure and disrupt these essential services. One such risk is that posed by natural disasters, and climate change may increase the frequency and intensity of those events and risks.

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