The next steps for the adoption of the City Water Resilience Approach (CWRA) start as 40 participants join workshops in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to engage city stakeholders in assessing the water resilience risks the City faces.
Thank you to all those involved at the inspiring Climate Adaptation Summit – let’s keep moving onwards and upwards in 2021. We share some of their highlights, some of our highlights, including a peek at our plans to develop climate resilient infrastructure guidance, and updates from the Anchoring Sessions we enjoyed the most.
We shared side event materials in the CAS Cinema and participating through our collaborations with numerous partners. Find out more about our involvement.
Next steps for our support of the City Water Resilience Approach (CWRA) to build urban water resilience, with plans to roll out to 3 city-regions in Africa in partnership with the Resilient Cities Network and Arup, as part of the WRI’s Urban Water Resilience in Africa Initiative.
The Resilience Shift is proud to have supported this innovative online resource sharing lessons from Cape Town’s water crisis of 2017-2018 that is set to help city and business leaders around the world to build resilience.
In this guest blog, Resilient Organisations’ Tracy Hatton shares her thoughts on her recent participation in the NZ Lifelines Utilities Forum and on the value of bringing together essential infrastructure and service providers.
Resilience Shift’s work on Potable Water Resilience is back under the spotlight at the National Lifeline Utilities Forum in New Zealand.
This pioneering project using green infrastructure to build resilience has upgraded Washington DC’s combined sewer system and is the US’s capital’s largest infrastructure project in decades