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.
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 are delighted to have received a number of diverse and high quality expressions of interest. Find out what happens next.
How can we shift the needle on resilience practice so that all organisations embed it into their decision-making? We believe that key incentives or other levers exist for all industries and that we must articulate the value that resilience can bring. We are seeking expressions of interest from potential grantees to develop practical, industry-specific primers. Initial deadline for expressions of interest is 27 August 2018.
Michael Bruno – Chair, Resilience Shift Board, talks about our future direction and reflects on our change of leadership. He celebrates the work of our outgoing Executive Director, Nancy Kete.
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.
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.
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.