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The critical nature of global ports and their future resilience

New partnership explores resilience in practice with business communities

Exploring complexity and capacity at GRRN Summit 2019

Search for our new Global Director

Round-table explores city-scale modelling

“Quality matters a lot to me ” – Juliet Mian, Technical Director

Exploring the impact of policy

Global supply chains project launched

Looking back, Looking forward. End of year update

Using Action Learning to explore resilience challenges

Water resilience on show with capability building session at COP24

“Climate and water are intimately connected” at COP24

Urgency, value, and a common understanding – November update

Supplying the world – the resilience of ports and logistics

Resilience tools presented at global measurement conference

Role of economic infrastructure in limiting global warming

Resilience is the topic of the day in Hangzhou

Elaine Roberts joins Resilience Shift Board

Turning words into action to achieve the SDGs

Making resilience practical, tangible and relevant at the GEC

Using and developing tools to build resilience

Four Twenty Seven, Resilient Organisations, TRL and Wood announced as new grantees

Building understanding with contributions from across the globe this October

Introducing WaterShare – promoting collaborative water governance

Building resilience means making room for failure – APAN 2018

Does a resilience shift require the end of competitive advantage and free market economics?

Helping to deliver the SDGs at the Global Engineering Congress

Building knowledge and sharing insights – taking stock of September’s progress

SuRe® – learning from the successful creation of a global resilience standard

Shifting major project practices to safeguard society’s critical services

“Resilience is the property of communities, not structures”

Increasing resilience when delivering major projects

Resilience Shift Debate – the value of resilience – what is it worth and why?

Learning from others with Imperial College’s Industry Showcase

Water, water everywhere – and more events to come

Showcasing the latest advances in thinking and practice

WWWeek focus – Building a resilient future through water

Resilience Shift hosts SIWI sofa at World Water Week. Watch video

Resilience primers – a great response – Thank you

Inspiring young professionals with a focus on city water resilience

Global Knowledge Exchange – three successful days in pictures

Shaping the city water resilience framework assessment tool

Preparing for resilience to black sky hazards

Hearing how water resilience connects Miami, Mexico City, Amman, Hull, Cape Town

Putting a human dimension on resilience

Grants available to develop resilience primers for industry

How a value chain approach helps us to ‘join the dots’?

Pushing forward from strong foundations – a change in leadership

Whose responsibility is it to strengthen the resilience of critical infrastructure?

Computers can do better than a human, but do we trust them enough?

Practising what we preach – how to make things happen

High-level incrementalism and global transformation

Creating an intelligent community

A way forward for our ‘Tools and Approaches’ project

Making the case for investment in resilient infrastructure

Accelerating Safety Solutions

MMI, Schumacher Institute and Dr Igor Linkov appointed to work with us

Data, technology and resilience – challenge or opportunity?

Putting the resilience building blocks in place – every time

Doing the right things and doing them well

Developing a Community

A day’s worth of value – a conference perspective

Learning how to shift – exploring resilience scenarios

Bringing Safety to Life at the Lloyd’s Register Foundation conference

April saw the start of our project in San Francisco to incentivize resilience

EOI Response – Thank you!

Global collaboration to drive resilience policy adoption

Resilience to extreme events – Hawai’i’s response to the Kilauea eruption

Join us at the Lloyd’s Register Foundation conference 9-10 May

The engineer’s journey to resilience – what’s yours?

Turning theory into practice to kick off 2018

Shaping the water governance of the future

Expression of interest: Apply by 18 April 2018 (Deadline extended)

‘Almost dangerous’: let’s collaborate!

Language: let’s talk some more

Infrastructure resilience: where do we start?

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