Involving the community, as in Oceanside, California, is key to co-developing long-term resilience for coastal cities battling to save their beaches from rising sea levels and erosion.
Community data is helping Ventura County better support its farmworker communities with services and crisis response that leaves no one behind and builds resilience.
Nature-based solutions are helping the town of Paradise to protect itself from future fire risks, maintain forest health, and build a more resilient community.
Our partner, the International Coalition of Sustainable Infrastructure (ICSI) is co-hosting the webinar series: Sustainable Infrastructure: Putting Principle into Practice, that aims to create a connected community of sustainable infrastructure practitioners, and to share state-of-the-art tools and knowledge on planning and building sustainable infrastructure.
How do you measure resilience? The Resilience Shift talks to resilience pioneer, Dr Murali Chandrashekaran, about why people do the things they do, and the need for a human-centred approach to resilience – along with solid data to support it.
Over the next 15 years, the OECD has estimated that around $103 trillion investment is needed to support our ageing and deteriorating critical infrastructure systems globally. Is the civil engineering community ready to deliver this investment?
What does good look like for infrastructure resilience? A new case study examines a technical assistance programme in India supported by the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID). The Infrastructure for Climate Resilient Growth (ICRG) project has initiated over 900 climate resilient infrastructure projects in just 4 years.
At the end of 2019, the Resilience Shift’s Programme Board took stock of progress in the year, and considered the findings of the programme’s mid-term review. See overview programme report and next steps.