This project aims to strengthen research and innovation capacity for the development of social resilience to disasters. The project will provide support to build capacity for international and regional cooperation between Higher Education Institutes (HEIs) in Asia (region 6) and Europe, and among Asian HEIs to improve Multiple Hazard Early Warning (MHEW) and increase the disaster recovery capacity of coastal communities. In doing so, CABARET focuses on a thematic area and a region of the world that is not sufficiently addressed by projects that are already being financed under previous schemes.
Research fields: Resilience
Participating entities: University of Huddersfield. University of Central Lancashire. IHC Cantabria – Environmental Hydraulics Institute. Mining and Geology University. University of Malta. Riga Technical University. University of Moratuwa. University of Peradeniya (UoP). ITB Bandung. University of Andalas. Maldives National University. De La Salle University. Ateneo de Manila University. Mandalay technology university, Myanmar. Yangon University, Myanmar.
Financing entities: University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria subcontracted by the University of Central Lancashire.
Time period: 2018
Researchers and Associate Personal
The University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is collaborating with the University of Central Lancashire. The team members are: Dr. Mrs. Lourdes Trujillo, University Professor, Mr. Ignacio Gafo, economist and expert in energy and environment, Mr. Adrián Manrique, graduate in law and master’s student at the ULPGC.