The need for collaboration, innovation and reskilling were hot topics for debate at the latest Brunel lecture with Seth Schultz featuring speakers from Europe and Resilience Shift Board member Jo da Silva DBE
Collaboration with China will be critical in transitioning to a net-zero world by mid-century, according to panellists speaking at the latest instalment of the Brunel International Lecture Series, from East Asia.
In this guest blog, Resilient Organisations’ Tracy Hatton shares her thoughts on her recent participation in the NZ Lifelines Utilities Forum and on the value of bringing together essential infrastructure and service providers.
This innovative project promises to make a real difference to resilience – find out more about its work, and join the discussion at its next workshop (27/10) on new adaptation measures
This pioneering project using green infrastructure to build resilience has upgraded Washington DC’s combined sewer system and is the US’s capital’s largest infrastructure project in decades
There are many synergies and connections between water and energy systems and sectors. We asked Mathaios Panteli, Eduardo Alejandro Martínez Ceseña and Julien Harou from University of Manchester to tell us more about the opportunities and challenges in jointly planning and developing water-energy systems.
Roads and transport are critical for maintaining the movement of essential goods, supplies, services and workers, and ensuring integrity of the supply chain. We share emerging issues from the World Road Association (PIARC)’s series of COVID-19 webinars that have enabled their global community to share real-time pandemic impacts and responses.
Cities have registered 95% of Covid-19 cases. As a key partner in our Resilient Leadership initiative, Lauren Sorkin, Acting Executive Director, Global Resilient Cities Network, writes on how resilience leadership in cities is critical.