This animation has been developed during the EU FP7 project emBRACE (Building Resilience Amongst Communities in Europe) www.embrace-eu.org

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Comment by Justin Sharpe on February 28, 2016 at 16:53

Emerando, 

The main report can be found from my academia page: https://www.academia.edu/12346981/Social_Learning_and_Resilience_Bu... as well as the Poster presented at the last meeting and shared with government departments here in the UK: https://www.academia.edu/15578285/Heatwaves_in_London_Understanding... 

I hope this is useful

Justin

Comment by emmerando martin p. cruz on February 28, 2016 at 13:35
Can I have a copy of this material, it would be, very useful if I meet the perants.
Comment by Justin Sharpe on February 17, 2016 at 9:41
A project I was involved in as a researcher, specifically the social #learning #emBrace I have three chapters in the upcoming book too, with one as first author! When you move on to the next piece of research you don't always have time to reflect on what you have already done! But I am proud of this and nice to see the fan and frozen water bottle example I pulled out from the research being included! Yay!

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