Our input to BloxHub’s Summer School on Urban Resilience continues with an applied-knowledge module starting today on city systems’ interdependency digital-mapping and programme design for resilience. It is developed with the aim of helping to understand and apply complex systems thinking in urban contexts.
Cities have registered 95% of Covid-19 cases. As a key partner in our Resilient Leadership initiative, Lauren Sorkin, Acting Executive Director, Global Resilient Cities Network, writes on how resilience leadership in cities is critical.
The Resilience Shift is partnering with Resilient Melbourne to support the screening of three films as part of a Resilience Stream at this year’s Transitions Film Festival from 20 Feb to 6 Mar 2020.
Who survives best in a disaster? Can we secure precious water resources when water is power? How can giving access to fresh water free women, and the world, from poverty, illness and lack of opportunity? Find out at the Resilience stream of Transitions Film Festival 2020
Early career water professionals came together across borders to compare resilient water challenges for their own cities, using the City Water Resilience Approach and Cape Town’s reflections on Day Zero.
Martin Shouler participated at the Resilience Round-table: Accelerating action to build a resilient 1.5ºC world, highlighting the application of the City Water Resilience Approach.
The first paper, authored by Dr Fred Boltz and global leaders in resilience, freshwater ecology and engineering science, is published from a Water Security Journal Special Issue on the central role of water in building resilience to climate and Earth system change.
The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) is holding its International Conference on Sustainable Infrastructure (ICSI), in Los Angeles, California, November 6-9 2019. Caroline Field will be representing the Resilience Shift at a number of sessions.