The FEWSION for Community Resilience (F4R) Process: Building Local Technical and Social Capacity for Critical Supply Chain Resilience.

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Publisher: Frontiers Research Foundation
Document Type: Brief article
Length: 403 words
Lexile Measure: 1530L

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Author(s): Sean M. Ryan, Elisabeth Roberts, Emma Hibbett, Nena Bloom, Carol Haden, Richard R. Rushforth, Kyle Pfeiffer, Benjamin L. Ruddell

Local business leaders, policy makers, elected officials, city planners, emergency managers, and private citizens are responsible for, and deeply affected by, the performance of critical supply chains and related infrastructures. At the center of critical supply chains is the food-energy-water nexus (FEW); a nexus that is key to a community's wellbeing, resilience, and sustainability. In the 21st century, managing a local FEW nexus requires accurate data describing the function and structure of a community's supply chains. However, data is not...

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