The Resilience Shift’s Savina Carluccio participated in the UCL IRDR 9th Annual Conference that brought together a wide range of experts for a day of thought-provoking discussions.
What are the key drivers of a change in practice to more resilient infrastructure? This question has been front of mind during May.
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.
It’s very satisfying to see a number of Resilience Shift projects and activities, that began last year, producing a whole range of outputs this spring.
February’s activities were wide ranging but inter-connected: ‘It’s essential to focus not only on the resilience of the technical system, but also on the people who are an integral part of the system.’
Earlier this month in London, we held the third in a series of workshops focused on tools and approaches to explore ways and means of implementing critical infrastructure resilience.
As well as the news from Davos, the focus for the Resilience Shift in January has been on further collaboration and on our key tenet to learn by doing.
In Manila, Sydney, London and Washington DC, the resilience of critical infrastructure was a hot topic with a wide range of audiences this October. See what we liked this month in our resilience round up.