International shipping is a vital industry, facilitating global trade and transporting people around the world. At the same time, it produces greenhouse gas emissions – comparable in scale to industrialised […]
In the context of increasing global supply chain vulnerabilities and the critical need to decarbonise maritime transportation, we are delighted to announce that The Resilience Shift will play a lead role in the Navigating a Changing Climate partnership during its next phase.
The Resilience Shift has participated in a new film on ports, Gateways to Growth, commissioned by the UK Chamber of Shipping and the British Ports Association, featuring contributions on Resilience4Ports from Tesco, EBRD, Arup, and the Port of London Authority, alongside Dr Juliet Mian.
Juliet Mian looks back at the first quarter of 2021 and shares highlights of our work at the start of this year including our focus on reaching out to create more partnerships to accelerate more resilience for more people in more communities. Plus Things we like…
The multiple drivers of change currently facing ports require a whole-systems approach before low-carbon, resilient ports transformations can be realised says a new report from The Resilience Shift. “This is the right time to catalyse the urgent action that needs to be taken by the whole ports-value chain to transform ports into low-carbon, resilient gateways”.
In a complex and uncertain world, resilience is essential to the business continuity of ports and the critical infrastructure systems that ports connect. Society needs resilient, low carbon gateways to […]
The interconnectedness of ports to multiple infrastructure systems means they are acutely well suited to the Resilience Shift approach of tackling whole-system resilience.
Resilience4Ports has launched its first industry roundtable, bringing together stakeholders from across the entire ports and maritime shipping value chain for a major scoping study.