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EARTH EX® – London and Glasgow. Building resilience for global scale complex catastrophes

Our infrastructure is interconnected and interdependent. A major incident in one location can cascade rapidly and have an impact on critical infrastructure systems elsewhere, affecting their ability to function, to connect communities, provide essential services, or to protect society. A ‘black sky hazard’ is defined by the EIS Council as ‘a catastrophic event that severely […]

Earth Ex: planning for global scale complex catastrophe (Glasgow)

As part of our work on ‘Electricity sector and interdependencies’, we propose to implement EARTH EX sector exercises, allowing critical infrastructure players to improve their planning to black sky events by adopting systems thinking, cross-sectorial approaches. We will initially host two EARTH EX resilience exercises in the UK (London, 28th February and Glasgow, 4th March), a locally facilitated, […]

Earth Ex: planning for global scale complex catastrophe (London)

As part of our work on ‘Electricity sector and interdependencies’, we propose to implement EARTH EX sector exercises, allowing critical infrastructure players to improve their planning to black sky events by adopting systems thinking, cross-sectorial approaches. We will initially host two EARTH EX resilience exercises in the UK (London, 28th February and Glasgow, 4th March), a locally facilitated, […]