Resilience: Recent Talks

Resilience of Place: Networking in an age of division

5th Viennese Talks on Resilience and Networks
22nd of May 2017, University of Economics and Business,

The workshop explored and discussed the important issues related to resilience of place, in particular, the apparent divide between urban and rural experiences and perceptions. Progress toward sustainable development requires contributions and coordination from both locales. Invited speakers focused on the following critical topics:


- Building diverse, cross-scale community networks within sustainable places
- Recognizing place as a resource for experimentation of responsive variety to provide solutions for ecological balance
- Learning and exploring how to overcome the perceived divide


We are glad to provide the results of the Participatory Impact Analysis (PIA): Results 5th Viennese Talks of Resilience and Networks


Thank you for participating! Please find some impressions of the day here.


For further information or support, please contact

Andrea Werdenigg MA, or +43-1-319 26 55 – 33


  1. Darnhofer, Ika

    University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna; Institute of Agricultural and Forestry Economics

  2. Fath, Brian

    International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA); Advanced Systems Analysis and Towson University; Department of Biological Science

  3. Kromp-Kolb, Helga

    University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna; Zentrum für Globalen Wandel und Nachhaltigkeit

  4. Madner, Verena

    Vienna University of Economic and Business; Urban Management and Governance

  5. Müller, Felix

    Christian-Albrechts University Kiel; Institute for Natural Resource Conservation

  6. Thompson, Michael

    International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA); Risk and Resilience

  7. Winiwarter, Verena

    Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, IFF Vienna; Institute of Social Ecology