A study by Arup, Lloyd’s Register (LR) and The Resilience Shift has outlined the critical role of ports in driving and supporting the case for investment in energy infrastructure. It focuses on the integration of fuel demand for early adopters in green corridors, ports, and energy systems.
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 […]
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.
Contributing to the research on global supply chains, this guest blog on the initial UK-focused research highlights global pinch points, the impact of politics, and how data analytics and sight upstream are critical to resilience
Building resilience of critical infrastructure requires decision-makers working in different industry sectors to understand ‘what’ can be done, ‘why’ it should be done, and ‘how’ to put it into practice. […]
Following a pilot workshop in Manchester, United Kingdom, the first of a series of Global Supply Chain workshops took place at the end of February in New York.
We interview Clon Ulrick on why ports matter to all of us and the challenges he sees for the sector. How can we make this critical infrastructure resilient to future shocks and stresses both expected and unexpected?
As part of the ongoing Resilience Shift round-table series, we explored the challenges and opportunities for the resilience of ports and logistics at an event in November.