ICSI is delighted to have published a new annual publication that reports progress on the implementation of climate resilient infrastructure, and showcases best-practice case studies and initiatives from around the world.
ICSI is delighted to be hosting an event at the UNDRR Risk Reduction Hub in partnership with the ICE, WFEO, and Resilience Rising, entitled ‘Accelerating Implementation of DRR and Resilience in Infrastructure’.
David Smith, chair of the sustainable, resilient infrastructure expert community, breaks down findings from a recent ICSI and ICE report.
ICSI and ICE have launched a new report offering input to the Sendai Framework’s Mid-term Review and delivering an engineering perspective on how to better prevent and plan for disasters.
The Engineering Leadership group invites key stakeholder organisations to join a roundtable on advancing resilient, sustainable and inclusive infrastructure futures, co-hosted by ICSI, Resilience First and Arup.
ICSI was delighted to host a number of events at COP27 in Sharm el-Sheikh, where we worked alongside friends and partners to drive the adaptation and resilience agenda.
ICE & ICSI reveal keynote speakers to deliver the first lecture in the 2022/23 Brunel International Lecture series.
A series of regional forums kicked off in Addis Ababa this week, aimed at accelerating financial flows to the projects needed to accelerate financial flows to the projects needed to reduce emissions, build climate resilience and advance the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.
ICSI is delighted to formally welcome Tom Lewis to the ICSI Board of Directors as a representative of Resilience First and the ELG.
On 28 June we held the ICSI Summit 2022, a virtual event hosted by the Institution of Civil Engineers. Marking a milestone on the road to COP27, the ICSI Summit […]
PAS 2080 – the standard for managing carbon in building and infrastructure – is currently open for review. The amended document will be published later in 2022, following public consultation this summer.
The recent reports from the UN’s climate science body, the IPCC, show that the timeframes for addressing climate change are narrowing and the next eight years will be critical. With […]
The need for collaboration, innovation and reskilling were hot topics for debate at the latest Brunel lecture with Seth Schultz featuring speakers from Europe and Resilience Shift Board member Jo da Silva DBE
Collaboration with China will be critical in transitioning to a net-zero world by mid-century, according to panellists speaking at the latest instalment of the Brunel International Lecture Series, from East Asia.
The Resilience Shift’s Executive Director, Seth Schultz, continues his ICE Brunel Lecture Series, as the series touches down virtually for an expert session in East Asia.