This book views the idea of resilience inside a global society where dealing with the issue and lengthy term impact of crisis and disaster challenges the capability of communities to recover in case of severe disruption. Catastrophic occasions like the 9.11 terrorist attack, the Fukushima nuclear disaster, and also the volcano eruption in Central Java entailed massive devastation on physical infrastructures, and caused significant social and economic damage. This book views the way the modern sociotechnological system facilitating human activity defines how societies survive and whether an emergency is going to be short-resided or prolonged. Applying the idea of sociotechnical resilience, this book carefully examines a variety of occasions The United States, Asia, Australia,and Europe. By presenting the successes and failures of sociotechnical resilience, it provides important insights and practical training to construct better and comprehensive understandings of resilience inside a real-world setting, considerably adding to study regarding disaster resilience.