This pioneering project using green infrastructure to build resilience has upgraded Washington DC’s combined sewer system and is the US’s capital’s largest infrastructure project in decades
New partnership announced between The Resilience Shift and the Alliance for Global Water Adaptation (AGWA) combining our resilience and water interests and expertise.
As much as Covid is revealing the strengths and vulnerabilities of our infrastructure, our supply chains, and our societies, it is also bringing to the fore the importance of this invisible infrastructure and the army of humans that support it day to day.
As part of our mission to understand what resilience means in practice, we are sharing the emerging insights into resilient leadership, distilled from the first eight weeks of interviews with our twelve participants.
There are many synergies and connections between water and energy systems and sectors. We asked Mathaios Panteli, Eduardo Alejandro Martínez Ceseña and Julien Harou from University of Manchester to tell us more about the opportunities and challenges in jointly planning and developing water-energy systems.
Our input to BloxHub’s Summer School on Urban Resilience continues with an applied-knowledge module starting today on city systems’ interdependency digital-mapping and programme design for resilience. It is developed with the aim of helping to understand and apply complex systems thinking in urban contexts.
‘Securing our future through resilient infrastructure’ includes 10 insights we are sharing into what matters for resilience, drawn from our work to date. Although they seem quite simple at first glance, they represent a commonality of views and experience from different perspectives across the infrastructure value chain.
The United Kingdom’s National Infrastructure Commission has today released its report and recommendations on the resilience of the UK’s infrastructure. We spoke to Tom Hughes, Senior Policy Advisor, about its launch, and our contribution to it.