The Resilience Shift and its partners such as SIWI, AGWA, Arup and others) have sought to play an increasingly influential role at the annual Conference of the Parties as the culmination of working together throughout the year. Why?
“This primer is aimed at everyone involved in water infrastructure whether they are operating and running the systems or making decisions about investments. It looks at making our physical infrastructure more resilient, at how to embed resilience thinking and adaptability, and also, unusually, to involve customers in the dialogue…”
The Water Security Journal Special Issue: Building Resilience through Water offers a solutions-focused exploration of how to navigate our changing climate and uncertain future.
The Resilience Shift is partnering with Resilient Melbourne to support the screening of three films as part of a Resilience Stream at this year’s Transitions Film Festival from 20 Feb to 6 Mar 2020.
Who survives best in a disaster? Can we secure precious water resources when water is power? How can giving access to fresh water free women, and the world, from poverty, illness and lack of opportunity? Find out at the Resilience stream of Transitions Film Festival 2020
World Urban Forum Side Event Session. Climate Action: Accelerating Urban Water Resilience in Asia, Africa and beyond: two approaches in theory and in practice: Water as Leverage / City Water Resilience Approach.
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.
We are sharing a platform with the Water as Leverage for Resilient Cities Asia programme at this year’s World Urban Forum. We ask them more about their international collaborative approach for local climate adaptation action.