In this session at World Water Week, we explore three city case studies using governance, spatial analysis and machine learning approaches to deliver resilient, blue-green growth in Addis Ababa, Hull and Shanghai. With Louise Ellis, The Resilience Shift and Arup, Living with Water Partnership/Hull & East Riding’s Lee Pitcher, Resilient Cities Network’s Katrin Bruebach (moderating), the Shanghai Urban Construction Design and Research Institute’s Xiaoxuan Ma, and the World Resources Institute’s Rogier van den Berg.
This session will showcase how individual cities in Africa, Asia, Europe, and Latin and North America have built resilience to future shocks and stresses and increased uncertainty, and the role of stakeholders at different levels in the process. As part of the multi-stakeholder session, Louise Ellis is hosting a keynote on behalf of Arup and The Resilience Shift, in partnership with Tony Wong, Water Sensitive Cities.
Resilience Shift Technical Director, Dr Juliet Mian, reflects on our progress this quarter and looks forward to the end of the year with news of Ports, the Brunel lecture and next steps for our work on urban water resilience.
The Resilience Shift is delighted to announce the launch of a Water Security Journal Special Issue: Building Resilience through Water that offers a solutions-focused exploration of how to navigate our changing climate and uncertain future. Find out more about the project in this feature. Abstract To thrive under climate change, humanity faces two urgent imperatives: sustaining an […]
We are sharing a platform with the Water as Leverage for Resilient Cities Asia programme at this year’s World Urban Forum. We ask them more about their international collaborative approach for local climate adaptation action.