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NSW Critical Infrastructure Resilience Strategy – Partner, Prepare, Provide

01 Mar 18

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New South Wales government’s publication of its Critical Infrastructure Resilience Strategy, encouraging leaders in business and government to support communities by improving critical infrastructure resilience. They say ‘A state-wide resilience strategy will help keep the lights on, help keep water running, and help people and goods flow through our transport and trade routes, even in emergencies.’

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Critical Infrastructures Resilience: Policy Engineering and Principles

06 Mar 18

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The Institution of Civil Engineers has published a new e-book of the textbook ‘Critical Infrastructures Resilience: Policy Engineering and Principles’ authored by CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly, CEE PhD student Udit Bhatia, and Political Science Professor and Director of the Global Resilience Institute, Stephen E. Flynn.

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City Finance Lab

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The City Finance Lab (CFL) is Europe’s first dedicated platform supporting the development of innovative financial solutions that increase investment in resilient, low-carbon and sustainable urban projects. It aims to unlock at least EUR 500 million in additional investment for climate action over the next 5 years.

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Better Water Decisions in the Age of Deep Uncertainty

15 Nov 16

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Deep uncertainty acknowledges a dynamic system where inputs — such as rainfall or economic growth or regulations — are changing or unknown. Deep uncertainty methods are not yet widespread among water utilities, but the ideas are gaining ground. Scenario planning allows utilities to ask questions that, in the past, would have been viewed as unusual.

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