Technovative Solutions is working in Resilience

TVS is dedicating time and resources to developing various resilience concepts, such as risk management and the preservation and restoration of its fundamental structures and functions to cope with extreme weather events.

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Our Projects

TVS is working on the following projects in this domain

Co-creative Improved Understanding and Awareness of Multi-Hazard Risks for Disaster Resilient Society (C2IMPRESS) aims to provide a novel ‘place and people’ centred integrated multi-hazard risk and resilient assessment framework. It will build a multi-hazard risk intelligence platform, an innovative agent-based model using the people-centred approach, an interdisciplinary and integrated risk assessment framework, and a decision support platform with microservices. Finally, C2IMPRESS will adopt a novel multi-actor collaborative co-design and co-creative approach. The project has received funding from a Research and Innovation Action under the Horizon Europe framework (2021-2027) within the program CL3-2021-DRS-01-01: Improved understanding of risk exposure & its public awareness in areas exposed to multi-hazards with grant agreement No: 101074004.

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CLIMAS: Co-creation of a citizen science toolkit for climate assemblies in living labs. The overarching goal of the CLIMAS project is to draw on both past and ongoing experiences of citizens' engagement in climate change action, such as Climate assemblies and Living labs, to assist a wide range of European regions and local communities in their efforts to resist climate change through the use of deliberative democracy. Specifically, the CLIMAS project seeks to develop a problem-oriented climate adoption Toolbox that is co-designed with stakeholders using a values-based approach, design thinking methods, and citizen science in order to promote direct engagement and empowerment. The project will approach this work with a gender and diversity lens. Additionally, CLIMAS aims to create scientifically-based guidelines for policymakers on how to transition Climate Assemblies from technically-focused deliberations that are typically led by climate change experts, to multi-stakeholder deliberations that are focused on solving societal dilemmas from a bottom-up perspective. This project has received funding from European Union’s Horizon Europe under Grant Agreement N° 101094021.

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