The ICOR Resilient Community Framework asserts that there are five primary systems upon which each community functions no matter its size. Each system contributes to the overall resilience or vulnerability of the community. They include:
- A healthy environmental system
- A responsible governance system
- A strong economic system
- A prepared system
- A community with a high quality of life
When an individual system is strong it creates capital for the community. When an individual system is weak it makes the community vulnerable. The Community Resilience Framework encourages a “systems” view where each system is part of a larger system that works together.
Attend this webinar to learn more about the ICOR Community Resilience Framework along with examples of how communities around the world are implementing strategies to increase their resilience.
Join ICOR for Building Resilient Communities – Recent Research on July 17, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. ET for this educational webinar. Your attendance at the webinar is worth 1 (one) continuing education hour. Register is now open here.
ICOR’s unique certification recognizes the capabilities of those who lead in increasing the resilience of their organization. It credentials personnel who understand two or more of the disciplines that build a more resilient organization.