Dr. Ksenia Chmutina is a lecturer in sustainable and resilient urbanism at the School of Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering at Loughborough University. Her research explores whether cities can be simultaneously sustainable and resilience under the pressures of urbanization and climate change in the context of both natural hazards and human-induced threats. Ksenia has an extensive experience of conducting research in developing countries, in particular Nepal, India, China, Indonesia and the Caribbean. She is a co-author (with Dr. Lee Bosher) of a recently published book Disaster Risk Reduction for the Built Environment (2017, Wiley Blackwell). Follow her on Twitter: @kschmutina.