Rob Turk gives an Australian perspective on the role of government and on a new piece of federal legislation that raises many questions around the role of legislation, and the government more broadly, in strengthening critical infrastructure resilience.Read more
The ENCORE+ network workshop on AI and infrastructure monitoring was clear that we are immersed in a data revolution and that transformative technology can’t be ignored.
You’re a practitioner in critical infrastructure resilience. How should we help you to make decisions differently? We aim to do work, and support others to do work, that will shift the approach to resilience in practice. Will Goode, Programme Manager, highlights what we’ve been doing recently and how you can get involved.
“Slow, modest, hard-fought progress is the result anticipated from a global political process designed to permit self-expression, to enable multilateral negotiation and to foster progress borne of consensus.” Guest blogger, Fred Boltz talks about how we must build awareness, understanding, and demand for resilience among the nation-states who design and direct the official development agenda.
At the recent Intelligent Communities Forum, discussion was all about humanising data and how technology makes a difference to people’s lives.
With grantees on our ‘Tools and Approaches’ project, we got together for an opportunity framing workshop on how to connect practitioners, decision makers and other stakeholders with resilience tools and approaches.
Lisa Dickson, Associate Principal and Director of Resilience for the Americas, Arup, writes a guest blog on financing urban infrastructure and how the case for resilience can be made.
We recently got the opportunity to learn more about the new Lloyd’s Register Safety Accelerator. Read more about the current challenges – interested companies should apply for this first round by the 5th August.
We are delighted to announce that we have appointed three grantees to work with us on our ‘Tools and approaches’ project. We had 35 great responses to our previous EOI. Our chosen grantees include MMI Engineering, the Schumacher Institute and Dr Igor Linkov.
Is technology actually contributing to enhance the resilience of critical infrastructure, or is it hindering it? We are exploring how we can contribute to understand this question through our activities, and would love to hear your views.
In our asset management decisions, how should we routinely use the building blocks that are already in place to implement resilience thinking? Juliet Mian presented at the end of Day 3 (themed on resilience) of the Institute of Asset Management (IAM)’s Global Conference 2018.
May was another busy and rewarding month for the Resilience Shift. Find out more about our key activities and engagements including involvement in water governance workshops in Amman, Miami and Mexico City and our project to create a repository of resilience tools and approaches.
At the Resilience Shift, we believe that our success will be as much about how we do things as about what we do. We aim to learn by doing in collaboration with others, share knowledge and foster a global community. Read about our first community-building session.