Invitation to Webinar – An appetite for action: Resilience Survey Results

by Madelaine North,

Shoalhaven City Council in partnership with Griffith University invites you to attend a one-hour webinar on Tuesday 23 November 2021 at 2.00pm. The purpose of the webinar is to share the results from an online community survey that was undertaken by a research team from Griffith University between July and September 2021, as part of the Community-led Resilience Planning component of the Recovery Into Resilience Project (RRP).

Webinar - An appetite for action: Resilience Survey Results
Presenters: Prof Darryl Low Choy and Ms Pazit Taygfeld from Griffith University
Time and date: 2.00pm, Tuesday 23 November 2021
Duration: 1 hour
Location: Online via Microsoft Teams *

The survey was conducted during lockdown when face-to-face engagement was not possible, as a way to start gathering information to help inform the development of a community-led adaptation and resilience strategy for the Shoalhaven.

The survey engaged 390 community members. Respondents answered questions about their experience with extreme weather events, and about the strengths and weaknesses of the Shoalhaven in withstanding and recovering from these events. Some interesting themes emerged that will be useful to those involved in the preparation of this Strategy.

The webinar will outline the survey objectives, present the results, and discuss how the findings may contribute to the future development of the long-term adaptation and resilience strategy for the Shoalhaven. Questions will be taken by the research team and Council’s representative after the presentation. We hope to see you there!

*You don't need to register to attend the Webinar. Simply join the Webinar via the above link prior to the start time using a smart device (computer, tablet or phone with internet connection). You will be able to view the presentation and interact via a chat function (Q&A). Your device’s camera and microphone will not be utilised during the webinar.

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