Lessons learned from two different crises – severe winter storm, and wildfires – both involving many impacts and major power outages, show strong parallels.
We were thrilled to be involved in a number of events this week for London Climate Action Week, providing expert insight on panel discussions, and showcasing one of our own initiatives.
London’s Deputy Mayor for Energy and Environment, Shirley Rodrigues talks through achieving London’s net-zero ambitions and embedding resilience.
A round-table meeting for professional groups and institutions associated with development of the built environment was held in Cambridge, United Kingdom on 28–29 November 2019. The premise was to establish ways that professional institutions and associations can work together to accelerate change in how resilient infrastructure is delivered in practice. Many ideas emerging from the […]
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.
Beautiful Thessaloniki is one of the eight cities that has contributed to the development of the City Water Resilience Approach. Its water resilience programmes also have the challenge of demands from agriculture and energy.
With 90% of the city below high-tide level, Kingston-Upon-Hull in the United Kingdom is used to taking a lead on water resilience.
In this guest blog, Chris Hughes, drought specialist, discusses some of the ways cities might better prepare for drought and resilience to water scarcity.