Yes, we have a very good source of information here, and the people have high resilience because they have always lived there. The problem comes with those who have not always lived there because they do not know how to react. Otherwise people have historic knowledge and always know if something is going to happen.
They know and have a good perception of the risk and working together.
People are also concerned about the environmental quality of the Ria because they are directly and indirectly make a living from it. The clam farmers are very territorial, and nobody gets close to the farms as they defend it very well. They all want the Ria clean, and they take care of it and are receptive to the people who visit the island.