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.
Professor Paul Jowitt shares his reflections on what makes an engineer today, why ‘lessons learned’ about failure don’t seem to be, and how systems thinking is fundamental to resilience.
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.
Why not start by exploring our list of resilience-related infrastructure education specialisations, departments and courses. For a relatively new academic subject, the choices are extensive.
Sharing insights from a resilience round-table exploring ways that professional institutions and associations can work together to accelerate change in how resilient infrastructure is delivered in practice.
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 […]
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