Tides@NPS, Making the Connections From Response to Recovery Through Research
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The Cebrowski Institute leads the TIDES projects at NPS in collaboration with TIDES and Dr. Linton Wells II. TIDES is established for the purpose of providing open-source knowledge in order to encourage community and individual resilience to natural and man-made disasters, and promote human security; which is freedom from want, and freedom from fear. By providing a reach-back of knowledge, it integrates multiciplinary approaches to achieve unity of action in an environment where there is no unity of control. How does it work? Projects identified as natural or man-made disasters, or human security, needs to be supported through a high-level support and coordination so that links are established between both national, public-private, and international knowledge and best practices. Our coordination team builds up the knowledge sharing and collaboration activity.
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