Kara Brussen, an engineer in Arup’s Environment team, reflects on her time at November’s Global Engineering Congress. Stating that the engineering and infrastructure communities should now focus on turning words into action to ensure we deliver the SDGs.Read more
Last month at the Global Engineering Congress, the Resilience Shift in front of a global audience, hosted a technical workshop considering how to make resilience tangible, practical and relevant.
Last week saw us head to Washington DC for the first of our innovative workshops to explore the practical implications of using and developing tools to build resilience in critical infrastructure. Hosted by 100 Resilient Cities, the workshop was attended by a range of private and non-profit tool developers, alongside tool users and influencers. There […]
We have appointed four new grantees commissioned to develop industry-specific primers for Shipping, Roads and Railways, Potable Water Infrastructure, and Electrical Utilities.
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.
A resilient water governance digital tool, WaterShare, was introduced at the Global Engineering Congress – it is being developed by Resilience Shift and the City Water Resilience Framework in partnership with SIWI and OECD.
Guest blogger. Belinda Hewitt writes about the 6th Asia-Pacific Climate Change Adaptation forum where speakers included Juliet Mian, Resilience Shift Technical Director.
We interviewed Amanda Janoo on alternative economic thinking on the resilience challenges for economic and industrial policy. What’s your view?
We’re delighted to be attending the Global Engineering Congress’ five days of lively debate, but also contributing to the event that, this year, has the UN SDGs at its core.
Juliet Mian, Technical Director, explores some of the ways we are disseminating our work, and planning for 2019 and beyond, as we approach the end of our second year.
We interviewed Katharina Schneider-Roos (Global Infrastructure Basel) on the development and adoption of the SuRe® Standard for Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure.
What can major projects do to shift their practices? See the report and presentation from Will Goode at the Major Projects Association Annual Conference 2018.
That’s a quote from one of the papers in the latest ‘Environment Systems and Decisions’, which has published updated versions of research commissioned by Resilience Shift.