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Over the next 15 years, the OECD has estimated that around $103 trillion investment is needed to support our ageing and deteriorating critical infrastructure systems globally. Is the civil engineering community ready to deliver this investment?
One year on from the formation of the International Coalition for Sustainable Infrastructure (ICSI), the ICSI Virtual Symposium highlighted the consensus that engineers are uniquely placed to shape our collective future.
What makes leadership resilience during a time of crisis?
The Resilience Shift is proud to have supported this innovative online resource sharing lessons from Cape Town’s water crisis of 2017-2018 that is set to help city and business leaders around the world to build resilience.
The Resilience Shift and Lloyd’s Register Foundation together hosted a round table series exploring what can be learned from the Covid crisis and its impact on particular sectors. Among other questions they asked how disruption can become an opportunity for systems transformation.
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.
Systemic infrastructure problems cannot be solved without cooperation. The International Coalition for Sustainable Infrastructure (ICSI) hosted its Virtual Symposium on Thursday 12 November 2020 (15:00-18:00 GMT).
Seth Schultz joined city policy leaders from around the world at the ICLEI Daring Cities Summit to examine how local government can help countries build back from the Covid crisis through collaborative climate action.
The interconnectedness of ports to multiple infrastructure systems means they are acutely well suited to the Resilience Shift approach of tackling whole-system resilience.
Resilience Shift Technical Director, Dr Juliet Mian, reflects on our progress this quarter and looks forward to the end of the year with news of Ports, the Brunel lecture and next steps for our work on urban water resilience.
The latest edition of the series will kick off on 2 December 2020 before travelling virtually around the world, exploring how the engineering community can deliver a carbon-neutral and resilient society by mid-century.
Resilience Shift’s work on Potable Water Resilience is back under the spotlight at the National Lifeline Utilities Forum in New Zealand.