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January 2019

Resilience Shift round-table: city scale modelling

24 January25 January
University of California Berkeley Berkeley, CA United States + Google Map

In the latest of our series of Resilience Shift round-tables, we'll be focusing on city scale modelling with this event convened by the Resilience Shift Technical Advisory Group. The Resilience Shift has observed that there is currently a relatively high level of activity around resilience-planning on the West Coast that is advancing discussions and initiatives across industry, academic and policy stakeholders. A key driver is high concern over earthquake risk but there is also wider design-for-resilience activity supported by relevant research from…

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Resilience First breakfast meeting

31 January
Arup London, United Kingdom + Google Map
Photo by Tim Easley on Unsplash

The Resilience Shift has joined with Resilience First to host this breakfast briefing on standards in resilience. Hosted at Arup offices by the Resilience Shift, this event is open to the public and can be booked via the link on eventbrite. Resilience First says: There has been considerable growth in the developments of standards around resilience. This briefing will look at the role of standards in driving up awareness and behaviours with presentations from the key authors of the latest…

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February 2019

Tool user and developer workshop

5 February
Arup London, United Kingdom + Google Map
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Third of a series of stakeholder workshops for Resilience Shift Project 1.1. Tools and approaches.

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Global supply chain workshop 1

6 February
Arup Manchester office Manchester, United Kingdom + Google Map
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This is the first workshop for Project 3.3. The dependency of global supply chains on critical infrastructure resilience. The Resilience Shift aims to build resilience within and between key critical infrastructure sectors. These global workshops are being run as part of the Resilience Shift Project ‘Dependency of global supply chains on critical infrastructure resilience’. The workshops will provide the Resilience Shift with an understanding of any gaps or opportunities within the food logistics sector in terms of helping it meet current…

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Global supply chain workshop 2

27 February
Arup New York office New York, NY United States + Google Map
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This is the second workshop for Project 3.3. The dependency of global supply chains on critical infrastructure resilience. The Resilience Shift aims to build resilience within and between key critical infrastructure sectors. These global workshops are being run as part of the Resilience Shift Project ‘Dependency of global supply chains on critical infrastructure resilience’. The workshops will provide the Resilience Shift with an understanding of any gaps or opportunities within the food logistics sector in terms of helping it meet current…

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