Today’s policy symposium in Melbourne, Australia, is now concluded, with a wealth of valuable discussion about how to incentivise resilience and the role of different policy instruments in enhancing critical infrastructure resilience.
Join us in Melbourne in mid-May to explore the key drivers of best practice for critical infrastructure resilience and the learning from our work on policy and standards.
As part of its work on incentivising resilience, the Resilience Shift aims to answer questions on what we think is important in terms of moving the needle for the resilience of critical infrastructure, what we should do, why is it important and how do we put it into practice? This report is concerned with the […]
We have appointed two new grantees to our project on incentivising resilience through government policy. This work aims to understand how policy can mainstream best practice in critical infrastructure resilience.
Juliet Mian, Technical Director, explores some of the ways we are disseminating our work, and planning for 2019 and beyond, as we approach the end of our second year.
Rob Turk gives an Australian perspective on the role of government and on a new piece of federal legislation that raises many questions around the role of legislation, and the government more broadly, in strengthening critical infrastructure resilience.