Thank you to all those involved at the inspiring Climate Adaptation Summit – let’s keep moving onwards and upwards in 2021. We share some of their highlights, some of our highlights, including a peek at our plans to develop climate resilient infrastructure guidance, and updates from the Anchoring Sessions we enjoyed the most.
Collaboration with China will be critical in transitioning to a net-zero world by mid-century, according to panellists speaking at the latest instalment of the Brunel International Lecture Series, from East Asia.
The Resilience Shift and its partners such as SIWI, AGWA, Arup and others) have sought to play an increasingly influential role at the annual Conference of the Parties as the culmination of working together throughout the year. Why?
The Resilience Shift, with partners Arup and Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) is highlighting urban water resilience and the City Water Resilience Approach at COP 25 through policy briefings and events
Caroline Field reports from the Future World Vision Leadership Summit and the collective action the engineering community is taking in infrastructure climate adaptation and resilience.
Seth Schultz is seeking to build large-scale commitment from engineering organisations to urgently adapt and incorporate sustainability and resilience into infrastructure.
Resilience Shift Ambassador and Water Lead at the Global Commission for Adaptation (GCA), Dr Fred Boltz, set the scene for the High level dialogue session: ‘Building a resilient future through water’ stating that “water is fundamental to resilience”.
We are delighted by the news that the Global Commission for Adaptation has launched its report proposing investment to improve climate resilience between now and 2030 in five critical areas. We report on related progress and look forward to autumn events.