The Foundation’s Network on Building Resilient Regions seeks to expand our knowledge base about how regions shape the response to major national economic and demographic challenges.  At the same time, it aims to provide new evidence about how regions can cultivate resilience in the face of major economic and social challenges.  By comparing how diverse regions have responded to challenges, the Network will show how diverse elements can work together to help build and sustain regional resilience. Among the factors we examine are physical, natural, economic and social assets, different approaches to governing, key decision-makers, and civic practices.

Population, Research