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The round-table series continues with a focus on developing a shared understanding of advances in sophisticated city-scale models and simulations, and their applications in supporting infrastructure resilience.
We profile Juliet Mian on her role as Resilience Shift Technical Director and on what she thinks will help us all to make a difference.
We have appointed two new grantees to our project on incentivising resilience through government policy. This work aims to understand how policy can mainstream best practice in critical infrastructure resilience.
A new project explores the dependency of supply chains on critical infrastructure, with an initial focus on food.
Juliet Mian, Technical Director, looks back at 2018 and looks forward at our exciting plans for 2019.
Guest bloggers, Simon Gill and Mairi Mclean of The Schumacher Institute explain a model called Action Learning used at our tools and approaches workshop in New Orleans.
We presented the City Water Resilience Approach (CWRA) and WaterShare at the PCCB Capacity-Building Hub – with a focus on assessing and building Urban Water Resilience.
At COP24 ‘Shocks and stressors: water’s essential role in addressing climate change and disaster risk’ includes Resilience Shift water governance partners
As COP24 opens, Juliet Mian, Technical Director Resilience Shift, gives us her view of November’s highlights and some of the programme’s achievements this month.
As part of the ongoing Resilience Shift round-table series, we explored the challenges and opportunities for the resilience of ports and logistics at an event in November.
We joined leading infrastructure developers and investors at a conference of global resilience measurement experts to examine how to strengthen approaches to mounting threats facing communities world-wide.
Guest blogger, Dr Tom Dolan discusses the role of our economic infrastructure. Suggesting a critical need to take action and change the way we invest in infrastructure mitigation and resilience. Will we ‘act now, save later’ or ‘delay now, pay later’?