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I interviewed many friends of mine by asking them what they know about city resilience and especially in Brunswick. Most of them mentioned the still existing bunker built during the WW2. They should protect the citizens while bombing attacks. When I asked whether they know about more examples of city resilience in Brunswick, no one had an answer. I informed my friends about the facts I finded out.
I think the main reason of this is the missing action according city resilience since losing WW2. On the one hand there is no need to build more protection units for wars, because there isn't any upcoming wars in the future. On the other hand the geografical bearings of Brunswick are on a quite safe area, so there are no need to build the city more resilient. There is no single earthquake registered in the history. The only danger of all natural disasters I can see comes from floods. Two river "Oker" and "Schunter" caused many floods in the past. To protect Brunswick against potential floods many dam constructions were built.
Another city independent resilient measure is to construct the building more stable. With renovation on existing buildings a higher stability could be reached. Higher stability can protect against many potential dangers from nature or humans.
I informed my friends about the facts I finded out.