Guest blogger. Belinda Hewitt writes about the 6th Asia-Pacific Climate Change Adaptation forum where speakers included Juliet Mian, Resilience Shift Technical Director.Read more
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.
Will Goode, Resilience Shift Programme Manager, is presenting a session at the Major Projects Association Annual Conference 2018 about the link between major projects and critical infrastructure resilience.
“If resilience had any real economic and societal value, then decision makers would be implementing it already”. The debate and audience Q&A, at the Global Knowledge Exchange event on 22 August 2018, posed this challenging question in a lively and opinionated discussion.
Learning from those at the forefront of resilience thinking at Imperial College’s Centre for Systems Engineering and Innovation Industry Showcase
Water resilience has been a key focus for us over August, along with our plans for industry-specific resilience primers. What’s next for us?
We’ve asked leading water resilience scientists and practitioners to present their current work on water systems resilience design for urban systems, basins, and transboundary water sources
At World Water Week, the Resilience Shift is supporting a global focus on how to build a resilient future through water, through a number of high level dialogue sessions.