A new global non-profit consortium called Resilience Rising is launching to bring systemic change through collaboration. It will address the challenges standing in the way of the big, transformative changes we need to secure a more resilient and prosperous future.
Tapping into creative capabilities and thinking differently are critical for civil engineers to make a meaningful input to the climate crisis, according to The Resilience Shift CEO Seth Schultz, presenting his final lecture in the ICE’s Brunel Lecture series.
Working with the UNFCCC Climate Champions, Future Stewards has created a set of practical approaches and examples that offer some key approaches to systems change and act as an entry point to the rich set of futures and systems tools that are available.
Savina Carluccio, ICSI Programme Director, and Resilience Shift Head of Guidance, Tools and Standards, contributes to this piece in Civil Engineering on the unintended vulnerabilities and dependencies in infrastructure that can undermine its resilience.
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Resilience success stories
We want to share the great work of others and highlight best practice for resilience.
How natural ecosystems support one of the world’s largest hydroelectric dams
Greening the grey
Why DC Water put green infrastructure at the heart of one of the U.S. Capital’s largest infrastructure projects
For the community, by the community
Building resilience through infrastructure in rural India