The Resilience Shift is proud to have supported this innovative online resource sharing lessons from Cape Town’s water crisis of 2017-2018 that is set to help city and business leaders around the world to build resilience.
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
Lessons from Cape Town’s water crisis were shared at Scotland Climate Week with a plethora of interesting discussion points identified as relevant to the context of Scottish water governance
Resilience Shift Ambassador and Water Lead at the Global Commission for Adaptation (GCA), Dr Fred Boltz, set the scene for the High level dialogue session: ‘Building a resilient future through water’ stating that “water is fundamental to resilience”.
Join us at World Water Week 25-30 August in Stockholm, Sweden, where we’ll be sharing the learning from our portfolio of work on water resilience.
Cities around the world can learn from a series of filmed interviews with those involved in the response to Day Zero – what happens when the water runs out?
As part of London Climate Action Week, the Resilience Shift is hosting a film screening and panel discussion exploring the lessons to be learned for cities such as London, from Cape Town’s water crisis.