February’s activities were wide ranging but inter-connected: ‘It’s essential to focus not only on the resilience of the technical system, but also on the people who are an integral part of the system.’
Earlier this month in London, we held the third in a series of workshops focused on tools and approaches to explore ways and means of implementing critical infrastructure resilience.
Third of a series of stakeholder workshops for Resilience Shift Project 1.1. Tools and approaches.
Last week saw us head to Washington DC for the first of our innovative workshops to explore the practical implications of using and developing tools to build resilience in critical infrastructure. Hosted by 100 Resilient Cities, the workshop was attended by a range of private and non-profit tool developers, alongside tool users and influencers. There […]
In Manila, Sydney, London and Washington DC, the resilience of critical infrastructure was a hot topic with a wide range of audiences this October. See what we liked this month in our resilience round up.
This workshop is part of the Resilience Shift’s Tools and Approaches project and takes place in Washington with the collaboration of 100 Resilient Cities and other partners.
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.
The Resilience Shift will be hosting a technical session at this World Bank conference providing examples of how resilience value can be delivered and resilience enhanced at different (spatial) scales.