Learning from Crisis : Knowledge distilled from 75 hours of interviews
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ICE’s 13th Brunel International Lecture Series
Seth Schultz, Resilience Shift Executive Director to present
Learning from Day Zero
Supporting Cape Town's Drought Response Learning Initiative
Next steps for our support of the City Water Resilience Approach (CWRA) to build urban water resilience, with plans to roll out to 3 city-regions in Africa in partnership with the Resilient Cities Network and Arup, as part of the WRI’s Urban Water Resilience in Africa Initiative.
Lessons from the Cape Town water crisis. How do you respond to crisis when dealing with fragmented governance?
Over the next 15 years, the OECD has estimated that around $103 trillion investment is needed to support our ageing and deteriorating critical infrastructure systems globally. Is the civil engineering community ready to deliver this investment?
One year on from the formation of the International Coalition for Sustainable Infrastructure (ICSI), the ICSI Virtual Symposium highlighted the consensus that engineers are uniquely placed to shape our collective future.
What makes leadership resilience during a time of crisis?
The Resilience Shift is proud to have supported this innovative online resource sharing lessons from Cape Town’s water crisis of 2017-2018 that is set to help city and business leaders around the world to build resilience.
Resilience success stories
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
The economic case for greening the global recovery
The Economic Case for Greening the Global Recovery through Cities, by the Coalition for Urban Transitions, supported by The Resilience Shift, sets out investment priorities for national governments post Covid to boost economies today and progress toward long-term resilience and prosperity tomorrow.
Putting engineers at the heart of climate action
As founding partner of the International Coalition for Sustainable Infrastructure, we believe engineers must step up and work in partnership to deliver a safe, sustainable and resilient future.
Seth Schultz to present 13th ICE Brunel Lecture Series
With a provocative opening lecture and global virtual tour, Seth Schultz and the Institution of Civil Engineers are asking 'How many engineers does it take to change the world?' Discussing this and other key questions about the future role of engineers.
The case for change
At a time of dynamic global change and challenges, we need innovation and creativity to deliver the most resilient and sustainable solutions. We need to know that our infrastructure networks and services will be able to absorb, and quickly recover from, acute shocks and chronic stresses, and adapt to a continually changing world.
4th Industrial Revolution and Globalisation
Urbanization and Urban Growth
The Resilience Shift in numbers
“Resilience matters, at its simplest, because of the uncertainties we face. To deliver the right impact, we must continually check that we are doing the right thing. Who is this for, how will it make their lives better, and what do they want? Our outputs must have quality and substance, developed with rigour to be of real value for all those working to improve the resilience of critical infrastructure.”
Juliet Mian, Technical Director
Organisations engaged with
Grantees from 9 countries
Individuals engaged with to date
Activities hosted in 22 countries