What is it like to be an ambassador for the Resilience Shift? Peter J Hall explains his co-opted role, how the Maine waterfront influenced his interest, and how infrastructure resilience can’t just be a stand-alone business.
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.
The third of the Resilience Shift round-table series took place in January 2019 at CITRIS at UC Berkeley, California, and focused on city-scale modelling.
As well as the news from Davos, the focus for the Resilience Shift in January has been on further collaboration and on our key tenet to learn by doing.
This year’s GRRN 2nd Annual Summit takes place from 10-11 April 2019 in Freiburg, Germany, and the Resilience Shift is looking forward to attending as we are highly supportive of GRRN’s work.
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.
Last week saw us head to Washington DC for the first of our innovative workshops to explore the practical implications of using and developing tools to build resilience in critical infrastructure. Hosted by 100 Resilient Cities, the workshop was attended by a range of private and non-profit tool developers, alongside tool users and influencers. There […]