For those interested in studying infrastructure-related resilience, there are opportunities world-wide to undertake undergraduate and postgraduate education.
Guest bloggers, Simon Gill and Mairi Mclean of The Schumacher Institute explain a model called Action Learning used at our tools and approaches workshop in New Orleans.
As COP24 opens, Juliet Mian, Technical Director Resilience Shift, gives us her view of November’s highlights and some of the programme’s achievements this month.
Guest blogger, Dr Tom Dolan discusses the role of our economic infrastructure. Suggesting a critical need to take action and change the way we invest in infrastructure mitigation and resilience. Will we ‘act now, save later’ or ‘delay now, pay later’?
The Foresight Review of Resilience Engineering (tánxìng gōngchéng), that stimulated the creation of the Resilience Shift, is now available in Chinese.
We interviewed Amanda Janoo on alternative economic thinking on the resilience challenges for economic and industrial policy. What’s your view?
We interviewed Katharina Schneider-Roos (Global Infrastructure Basel) on the development and adoption of the SuRe® Standard for Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure.
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.