Download a suite of City Water Resilience Approach resources and publications including the full methodology, the OurWater digital governance tool, and reports that capture the challenges of 9 cities worldwide as they build their urban water resilience.
A new report from ICSI, published on World Water Day, collates projects and cities that serve as examples of innovative solutions for climate adaptation, mitigation and development strategies, including the City of Rotterdam, highlighted for its ongoing innovation in climate resilience preparedness.
The Addis Ababa Water Resilience Profile represents an opportunity to continue regional efforts to build resilience capacity and explore strategies, through multiple lenses, to improve the water security of the […]
The City Water Resilience Approach (CWRA) provides a model for urban water resilience based on consultation with over 700 individual stakeholders and field work in eight cities around the world, […]
In the context of increasing global supply chain vulnerabilities and the critical need to decarbonise maritime transportation, we are delighted to announce that The Resilience Shift will play a lead role in the Navigating a Changing Climate partnership during its next phase.
Africa Climate Week kicked off with a Sunday conversation about urban water resilience with Peter Willis and Martin Shouler, behind two major initiatives connected by the City of Cape Town’s Day Zero water crisis.
An informal discussion with Peter Willis and Martin Shouler will explore their insights into the links between urban water resilience and City resilience, through the lens of their work with the City of Cape Town.
This session will showcase how individual cities in Africa, Asia, Europe, and Latin and North America have built resilience to future shocks and stresses and increased uncertainty, and the role of stakeholders at different levels in the process. As part of the multi-stakeholder session, Louise Ellis is hosting a keynote on behalf of Arup and The Resilience Shift, in partnership with Tony Wong, Water Sensitive Cities.