Build Change: The engineer’s role in improving global housing resilience

Author: Louise Foulkes, Build Change

Date published

11 January 2024

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Free
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Build Change: The engineer’s role in improving global housing resilience

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Louise Foulkes, Build Change

Date published

11 January 2024

Author

Louise Foulkes, Build Change

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Free

This lecture provides an overview of the global challenges to resillient housing and proven solutions for risk reduction.

This talk is delivered by Louise Foulkes, Affiliate Member, Caribbean Director, and Engineering Program Manager for Build Change, and addresses the following topics: 

  • What is resilient housing?
  • Thoery of change
  • The role of engineers
  • In practice case studies
  • Implications for impact

The engineer’s role in improving global housing resilience by Louise Foulkes

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