What We Do?
SoReCC (Societal Resilience & Climate Change) acts as a Center of Excellence (CoE) in Risk Management, Resilience, Business Continuity and Climate Change.
The association, which is devoid of any spirit of profit, aims to promote the study and stimulate the discussion among European people on common interest Societal Resilience and Climate Change emerging issues, through engaging several public and private entities, such as governments, SMEs and institutions.
The association is also commited to promote the realisation of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, as those are outlined in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, that was adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015.
We aim to fulfil our scope through establishing an efficient cooperation between partners and associates, academics and researchers, to essentially enable the integration of a spectrum of multi-disciplinary expertise, that spans across the fields of Engineering, Social Sciences and Economics, into the modeling process and action plans needed for delivering community resilience.
The knowledge, specialization, and proven experience of our members, provide the necessary means for developing the skills required towards risk minimization and speedy recovery, especially against natural disasters, as well as ensure social and economic growth in view of energy related challenges.
We intend to develop an ideal research environment that will evolve and promote an advance community resilience model founded on the fair use of earth resources and the sustainability principles.
Results of our Research
The results of our research could act as a roadmap for formulating efficient climate policies and discovering new ways to integrate goals as well as evaluating relevant costs, rates, and potential future benefits on a global scale.