“We became human around a fire at night”, said Peter Willis, as we talked with him about the power of reflective learning. “Conversation is more primitive than we think”. Peter is interviewing senior leaders each week over 16 weeks to capture their reflective learning.
‘Securing our future through resilient infrastructure’ includes 10 insights we are sharing into what matters for resilience, drawn from our work to date. Although they seem quite simple at first glance, they represent a commonality of views and experience from different perspectives across the infrastructure value chain.
The United Kingdom’s National Infrastructure Commission has today released its report and recommendations on the resilience of the UK’s infrastructure. We spoke to Tom Hughes, Senior Policy Advisor, about its launch, and our contribution to it.
A new initiative by The Resilience Shift, in partnership with the Global Resilient Cities Network, is shining the light on resilient leadership, capturing the reflections of 12 globally diverse senior leaders faced with the challenges of the coronavirus crisis.
A powerful and committed group of founding organisations is driving a newly-formed global International Coalition for Sustainable Infrastructure to take immediate action and is asking all those working across the infrastructure life-cycle to get involved.
“There is a very tense situation currently with a huge number of people dying every day from starvation, and 70% of our planet not yet exploited for food. Food safety is all about resilience”. Vincent Doumeizel from Lloyd’s Register Foundation, talks about education, innovation and the potential of seaweed.
The global supply of food is an incredibly complex system, involving multiple actors and a diverse value chain from production through to consumption. Every part of the chain is dependent on infrastructure systems. We share six principles for enhancing the resilience of food transportation systems from our contribution to Cereal Foods World.
The Resilience Shift and its partners such as SIWI, AGWA, Arup and others) have sought to play an increasingly influential role at the annual Conference of the Parties as the culmination of working together throughout the year. Why?