Following five successful years, Arup’s collaboration with the Lloyd’s Register Foundation to deliver the flagship resilience platform, The Resilience Shift, has now transitioned to an independent NGO. We outline the impact this work has had on infrastructure, engineering and climate change adaptation.
Download a suite of City Water Resilience Approach resources and publications including the full methodology, the OurWater digital governance tool, and reports that capture the challenges of 9 cities worldwide as they build their urban water resilience.
A study by Arup, Lloyd’s Register (LR) and The Resilience Shift has outlined the critical role of ports in driving and supporting the case for investment in energy infrastructure. It focuses on the integration of fuel demand for early adopters in green corridors, ports, and energy systems.
Our strategic partners, Resilience First, in partnership with the International Coalition for Sustainable Infrastructure (ICSI), of which we are a founding partner, have today announced the launch of the Engineering Leadership Group (ELG), a new engagement platform to capture the voice of global engineering firms.
How do you get people talking about resilience, risk and uncertainty? What are they, why do they matter, and what must we do about them? Our film series, Resilience Engineered, is now freely available to watch, download, and use in teaching or team discussions.
The findings in the latest IPCC report once again highlight the urgency for action to reach net zero as soon as possible, and make a step-change to build the resilience of the global economy. We share a response from the High-Level Climate Champions.
The latest volume from the IPCC’s Sixth Assessment Report is on Climate Change 2022: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability. The Resilience Shift is part of a collaboration to co-create a Summary for Urban Policymakers series that will present the latest IPCC assessments in targeted summaries that can help inform action at the city scale.
Involving the community, as in Oceanside, California, is key to co-developing long-term resilience for coastal cities battling to save their beaches from rising sea levels and erosion.