Under the partnership, Wood and The Resilience Shift aim to stimulate and profile the best and most pioneering work in resilience through a global annual showcase that will inspire those working within and for critical infrastructure systems to embed resiliency thinking and practice into their day-to-day work.
Resilience is a cross cutting element of the UN’s sustainable development goals – from access to clean water and energy to creating sustainable cities and communities. Improving infrastructure resilience is critical in creating the world we want says Resilience Shift board member and Arup’s Global Sustainable Development Leader, Jo da Silva, DBE.
We are looking for a Communications Manager to support The Resilience Shift’s portfolio of brands and initiatives. Closing date for applications: 15th April 2021
Contribute to our scoping survey for climate resilient Infrastructure Pathways to help us understand any existing climate resilience guidance at your disposal, current gaps/key areas for this new guidance to address, and your views on accessible format.
Building water resilience involves everyone in the community. Martin Shouler introduces us to the 50L Home Coalition tackling urban water resilience through reducing demand for domestic water, and inspired by Cape Town Day Zero’s demand reduction.
The new report, Seizing the Urban Opportunity, supported by The Resilience Shift, demonstrates through the lens of six of the world’s largest economies – China, India, Indonesia, Brazil, Mexico and South Africa – how national governments have a central role to play in unlocking the enormous potential of cities.
We are delighted to join the Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure (CDRI) for their International Conference from 17 to 19 March 2021, with the participation of Juliet Mian and Savina Carluccio, as well as sharing our Infrastructure Pathways project.
ICE’s Brunel Lecture series highlighted the Middle East region’s move towards net zero infrastructure. Dr Abdullah Belhaif Al Nuaimi, cabinet member and minister of climate change and environment of the United Arab Emirates, said that the shift to green building was very much needed in the region, and it was up to engineers to drive it.