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2022 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

6. Resilience in Smart Cities

verfasst von: Heinz-Adalbert Krebs, Patricia Hagenweiler

Erschienen in: Energy Resilience and Climate Protection

Verlag: Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden

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Abstract

In recent years, risks and hazards have changed globally and nationally in the wake of digitization and climate change, with extreme natural events, technology-related hazards such as system failure or accidents, and man-made hazards such as terrorism and cybercrime playing an equally important role. In addition, vital dependencies on critical infrastructures, especially power supply and information and communication technologies (ICT), have made highly technical societies very vulnerable. In the event of a prolonged and widespread power blackout, which can be caused by the aforementioned risk factors, all other vital, so-called critical infrastructures would be disrupted or no longer able to function, so that public and private life would collapse.
Fußnoten
1
Cf. BBK (2019a) p. 17; Geier/Etezadzadeh (2020) p. 697 f., p. 700 f.; BMI (2021c) p. 2.
 
2
Cf. BBK (2017); BBK (2019b); BBK (2019c); BBK (2019g); BBK (2019h); Geier/Etezadzadeh (2020) p. 699 f., p. 706.
 
3
Cf. EU (2016); UN (2016); BBK (2019f); BMI (2020); BMI (2021c) p. 2 f.; DNS (2021) p. 9, p. 22.
 
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Cf. EU-Kommission (2016); EU-Kommission (2019); BMI (2021c) p. 3.
 
5
Cf. BMI (2021c) p. 6.
 
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Cf. Hachmann (2020) p. 263; BMI (2021c) p. 8, p. 10.
 
7
Cf. Hollick/Hofmeister (2021); BMI (2021c) p. 10 f.
 
8
Cf. Hollick/Hofmeister (2021).
 
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Cf. Geier/Etezadzadeh (2020) p. 701 f., p. 706.
 
Metadaten
Titel
Resilience in Smart Cities
verfasst von
Heinz-Adalbert Krebs
Patricia Hagenweiler
Copyright-Jahr
2022
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-37564-5_6