A new Atlas published today by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) shows that a disaster related to a weather, climate or water hazard occurred every day on average over the past 50 years – killing 115 people and causing US$ 202 million in losses daily.
On 1 September the ICE International Brunel Lecture Series moves its focus to South Asia. The lecture will be given by Resilience Shift CEO, Seth Schultz. He will be joined by a panel of experts from the region for discussion and questions in the second half of the session.
Savina Carluccio, Head of Guidance, Tools and Standards at The Resilience Shift, moderated a discussion on urban opportunities for South Africa as part of Africa Cities and Built Environment Day.
Celebrating best practice for resilience, Wood and The Resilience Shift launch the Resilience Realized Awards
New awards programme and showcase launched by Wood and The Resilience Shift, to share inspiring examples of resilient infrastructure and the pioneering teams behind them who chose to do things differently.
On 28 July, ICLEI Africa, the World Resources Institute (WRI) and the Coalition for Urban Transitions (CUT) came together for Africa Cities and Built Environment Day. Held under the banner of Race to Resilience, the day included three sessions that showcased groundbreaking action aimed at building resilience and fostering adaptation in Africa. The Resilience Shift was pleased to take part in the day’s events and contribute to this important discussion.
The ICSI Action Tracks have been making steady progress this year. Below are some highlights of the current work. Leadership Action Track UN Race to Resilience: We are proud to […]
We are proud to share our new publication, A Review of the Landscape of Guidance, Tools and Standards for Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure. This paper is an output of the Guidance, […]
ICSI is pleased to announce that we will be co-hosting a webinar series: Sustainable Infrastructure: Putting Principle into Practice, alongside the UN Environment Programme (UNEP), Duke University, ITTECOP, Conservation International, […]
We are excited to begin profiling some of our members so that we can share our brilliant network and create opportunities for members to connect and collaborate. Our first feature […]
We were thrilled to be involved in a number of events this week for London Climate Action Week, providing expert insight on panel discussions, and showcasing one of our own initiatives.
Calling those involved in every stage of the infrastructure creation lifecycle to attend our workshop, part of London Climate Action Week, to help us create new guidance for resilient infrastructure that’s fit for the future.
Professor Paul Jowitt shares his reflections on what makes an engineer today, why ‘lessons learned’ about failure don’t seem to be, and how systems thinking is fundamental to resilience.
The latest leg of the 13th Brunel Lecture series discusses the urgent need to train and retain engineers, particularly to deal with the climate emergency.
Our friends at WSP tell us about a project that uses nature-based solutions to stabilize the shoreline in Apalachicola Bay, Florida USA, and how it fits in with the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration.
WSP engineers Tanu Kaur and Matt Lyon examine ways the Australian water industry can reach carbon net-zero. They look at the current situtation, policies and strategies that could be adopted, and the barriers that need to be overcome.