The New York Energy Dialogues exploring Energy through the ESG lens, feature Seth Schultz, CEO, Resilience Shift in a panel session on Establishing Measurable Accounting and Quantitative Standards for ESG.
Guidance, tools and standards play a key role in the development of sustainable and resilient infrastructure. Savina Carluccio looks back, there is a golden thread that runs through several pieces of work and leads to our work on climate resilient Infrastructure Pathways and resilience indicators which will be launching later this year for COP26.
We shared side event materials in the CAS Cinema and participating through our collaborations with numerous partners. Find out more about our involvement.
A key area of work is to help establish a shared understanding of existing and future policy and standards that can enable critical infrastructure resilience.
The Resilience Shift seeks to catalyse significant change in the way critical infrastructure is planned, designed, operated and maintained. If this change happens, engineered structures and infrastructure will be not only safer, but also better able to assure the continuity of critical functions under both ordinary and extraordinary circumstances. A key area of work is […]
What are the key drivers of a change in practice to more resilient infrastructure? This question has been front of mind during May.
Resilience value is different for public and private sector stakeholders, and PPPs create the potential for resilience value to be understood and realised by all those involved. This guidance note shares industry insights on the role that infrastructure PPPs play in driving best practice for resilience. ‘Best practice’ could include long term thinking, risk sharing, […]
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.