The Resilience Shift’s Savina Carluccio participated in the UCL IRDR 9th Annual Conference that brought together a wide range of experts for a day of thought-provoking discussions.
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 […]
What do senior decision makers think about resilience? In this exploratory roundtable workshop organised with Cambridge University’s Technical Services and held at Cambridge’s Moller Centre, the Resilience Shift asked senior practitioners to explore different scenarios of critical infrastructure failure.
The Resilience Shift along with Cambridge University is carrying out a series of roundtable events to engage with senior-level practitioners, with expertise associated with the built environment, on the concept of critical infrastructure resilience. This pilot session tested bespoke scenarios to improve insight into the features of resilient infrastructure systems, and the barriers to change.