In the run up to next week’s World Economic Forum`s Annual Meeting in Davos next week and the preparations for its resilience programme, WEF ask why and how climate resilience will make or break business.Read more
The Water Resilience Profiles for the City of Cape Town and Greater Miami and the Beaches are now published providing an opportunity to see how they have used the City Water Resilience Approach to build the resilience of their water systems.
A resilience round-table with professional institutions and associations focused on their potential contribution to critical infrastructure resilience
Seth Schultz will lead the drive to accelerate a global shift to more resilient critical infrastructure. See news release and media contact to share.
Early career water professionals came together across borders to compare resilient water challenges for their own cities, using the City Water Resilience Approach and Cape Town’s reflections on Day Zero.
At the end of 2019, the Resilience Shift’s Programme Board took stock of progress in the year, and considered the findings of the programme’s mid-term review. See overview programme report and next steps.
The Resilience Shift is delighted to announce the appointment of Seth Schultz, as Global Executive Director. Lloyd’s Register Foundation and Arup as founding partners are excited that Seth will be leading the next stage of the initiative.
Thank you to all of our colleagues and partners, followers and friends, in 2019, who have contributed to the Resilience Shift and towards our aim of a safer world through resilient infrastructure.
We shared the lessons learned from a global resilience exercise based on a wide-scale power outage – a ‘black sky’ event. What can we learn from simulating a catastrophe and how does it help us to build cross-sector resilience?
Martin Shouler participated at the Resilience Round-table: Accelerating action to build a resilient 1.5ºC world, highlighting the application of the City Water Resilience Approach.
Sarah Reeves, one of the TRL team behind the Roads and Rail resilience primers, interviewed individuals working across the road and rail sector, and we were keen to hear her reflections.
The Australian Strategic Policy Institute’s round-table featured Jo da Silva, and Dr Paul Barnes, interviewed here about ASPI’s work on risk and resilience.
The Special Issue of Water Security Journal offers a solutions-focused exploration of how to navigate our changing climate and uncertain future and build resilience through water.