The Resilience Shift talked to Martin Shouler about cities’ needs for tools and approaches to help them navigate the process of building urban water resilience.
Today’s policy symposium in Melbourne, Australia, is now concluded, with a wealth of valuable discussion about how to incentivise resilience and the role of different policy instruments in enhancing critical infrastructure resilience.
For those interested in studying infrastructure-related resilience, there are opportunities world-wide to undertake undergraduate and postgraduate education.
At this time of year, with many projects coming to a conclusion, it’s an opportunity to start synthesising the conclusions across the Resilience Shift’s output as a whole.
Water lies at the heart of the historical development of Greater Manchester, which recently piloted the City Water Resilience Framework, and water-related hazards pose a serious risk.
Join us in Melbourne in mid-May to explore the key drivers of best practice for critical infrastructure resilience and the learning from our work on policy and standards.
We talk to water engineer Louise Ellis about the City Water Resilience Approach recently published by the Resilience Shift.
The Resilience Shift spoke to CIRIA’s Lee Kelly about their work on infrastructure resilience, and why collaboration is so critical