The global supply of food is an incredibly complex system, involving multiple actors and a diverse value chain from production through to consumption. Every part of the chain is dependent on infrastructure systems. We share six principles for enhancing the resilience of food transportation systems from our contribution to Cereal Foods World.
Sarah Reeves, now at DEFRA, was one of the TRL team behind the Roads and Rail resilience primers. She interviewed individuals working across the road and rail sector, and we were keen to hear her reflections.
Juliet Mian reflects on the start of 2020 and shares some new resources – our learning modules on Cape Town: Day Zero can help everyone to learn from crisis, while a case study from India illustrates what good looks like, and how the journey towards more resilient infrastructure can also help to tackle poverty.
Since September 2019, bushfires in Australia have burned through some 10 million hectares of land. The fires have made headlines globally. With many months to go in the fire season, what does this mean for Australia’s infrastructure, and are there wider lessons for the resilience shift?
The Resilience Shift took part in the FORESEE Project’s workshop on how ‘eyes in the sky’ are proving a valuable tool to improving the resilience of transport infrastructure
This major end user of transport infrastructure across 13 countries is heavily dependent on infrastructure owned and operated by others. How does it put resilience into practice?
The FORESEE Consortium’s focus is on the resilience of transport infrastructure
We are delighted by the news that the Global Commission for Adaptation has launched its report proposing investment to improve climate resilience between now and 2030 in five critical areas. We report on related progress and look forward to autumn events.