Beautiful Thessaloniki is one of the eight cities that has contributed to the development of the City Water Resilience Approach. Its water resilience programmes also have the challenge of demands from agriculture and energy.
Documenting lessons learned from the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia (ISCA) and the evolution of Australia’s Infrastructure Sustainability ratings scheme
Louise Ellis, Project Leader for the Resilience Shift’s work on water governance and the City Water Resilience Approach, says water resilience is critical for everyone.
The City Water Resilience Approach is a five-step approach and suite of resources to collaboratively build resilience to local water challenges
Critical infrastructure resilience was put to the test using the Earth Ex simulated disaster event, exploring how interdependencies work in practice.
Following a pilot workshop in Manchester, United Kingdom, the first of a series of Global Supply Chain workshops took place at the end of February in New York.
February’s activities were wide ranging but inter-connected: ‘It’s essential to focus not only on the resilience of the technical system, but also on the people who are an integral part of the system.’
Earlier this month in London, we held the third in a series of workshops focused on tools and approaches to explore ways and means of implementing critical infrastructure resilience.