The global supply of food is an incredibly complex system, involving multiple actors and a diverse value chain from production through to consumption. Every part of the chain is dependent on infrastructure systems. We share six principles for enhancing the resilience of food transportation systems from our contribution to Cereal Foods World.
The Resilience Shift and its partners such as SIWI, AGWA, Arup and others) have sought to play an increasingly influential role at the annual Conference of the Parties as the culmination of working together throughout the year. Why?
What does good look like for infrastructure resilience? A new case study examines a technical assistance programme in India supported by the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID). The Infrastructure for Climate Resilient Growth (ICRG) project has initiated over 900 climate resilient infrastructure projects in just 4 years.
Since September 2019, bushfires in Australia have burned through some 10 million hectares of land. The fires have made headlines globally. With many months to go in the fire season, what does this mean for Australia’s infrastructure, and are there wider lessons for the resilience shift?
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.
AGWA’s podcast features the City Water Resilience Approach in its latest edition. Martin Shouler, Ms. Louise Ellis, Hardeep Anand interviewed.
Do you want to share the work of the Resilience Shift with your network and explain why critical infrastructure matters? Send them our one minute explainer video.
Partnering with the Stockholm International Water Institute has delivered significant progress on water resilience and for the wider 2030 agenda.