The latest ICE Brunel lecture in South Asia, with Seth Schultz, argued that the cost of ‘inaction’ was greater than the cost of action, when it comes to the climate crisis.
At all scales of leadership, we must deliver on aims to build a safe, sustainable and resilient future, whether through our strong support for global action, or through our business leaders choosing to shape their organisation’s future around transformative change.
It is crucial for businesses and the public sector to work together in a world facing deep uncertainties and complex interdependencies. The newly combined forces of The Resilience Shift and Resilience First is a route to driving resilience best practice at scale globally.
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.
One year on from the formation of the International Coalition for Sustainable Infrastructure (ICSI), the ICSI Virtual Symposium highlighted the consensus that engineers are uniquely placed to shape our collective future.
Systemic infrastructure problems cannot be solved without cooperation. The International Coalition for Sustainable Infrastructure (ICSI) hosted its Virtual Symposium on Thursday 12 November 2020 (15:00-18:00 GMT).
The latest edition of the series will kick off on 2 December 2020 before travelling virtually around the world, exploring how the engineering community can deliver a carbon-neutral and resilient society by mid-century.
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?