The Water Resilience Profiles for the City of Cape Town and Greater Miami and the Beaches are now published providing an opportunity to see how they have used the City Water Resilience Approach to build the resilience of their water systems.
The aim of the City Water Resilience Approach (CWRA) is to embed urban water resilience into water systems in a way that best fits a City’s unique context. The first cities to implement the Approach and develop water resilience profiles and action plans are the cities of Cape Town and Greater Miami and the Beaches. […]
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”.
City Action Plan findings to be shared at World Water Week as City Water Resilience Approach goes live in Cape Town and Miami.
Highlights of Cape Town: Day Zero captured. Testing your resilience to black skies. And looking forward as the water community gathers in Stockholm.
Join us at World Water Week 25-30 August in Stockholm, Sweden, where we’ll be sharing the learning from our portfolio of work on water resilience.
Cities around the world can learn from a series of filmed interviews with those involved in the response to Day Zero – what happens when the water runs out?
As part of London Climate Action Week, the Resilience Shift is hosting a film screening and panel discussion exploring the lessons to be learned for cities such as London, from Cape Town’s water crisis.