Urban resilience. How megalopolises in Asia assemble the jigsaw puzzle of sustainable urban development?
The stable development of an agglomeration is made up of a number of factors, and the search for balance in relation to them is a major objective in managing territorial development. Natural and manmade disasters and societal conflicts are sources of unpredictable risks, each of which is capable of breaking a city in a short time. Thus, the formation of a stable urban environment is one of the key challenges facing city administrators.
● What are the elements of a sustainable megacity development?
● What tools do cities employ to analyze and forecast risks?
● What resources are modern megalopolises prepared to invest in stable development, and what results do they hope to achieve?