ICSI is pleased to present Issue 2 of the Climate Resilient Infrastructure report series – A Focus on Nature. The report takes a closer look at nature-positive infrastructure that is rooted in an approach that builds with nature, as opposed to around it, and in turn, works to halt and reverse nature loss.
Lloyd’s Register Foundation has published a short report that explores the relationship between critical infrastructure resilience and public perceptions of government disaster preparedness around the world.
Dr Tom Dolan shares his latest thinking on the value of systemically resilient infrastructure systems as a foundation upon which wider societal resilience can be built.
We are excited to announce a call for contributions to our second issue of the Climate Resilient Infrastructure report. Submissions are open until 31 August.
A summary of the conversation at an event held by Resilience First and Jacobs on rethinking urban resilience for the 21st century.
‘Our Shared Understanding: a circular economy in the built environment’, unites the industry for a sustainable future, where we live within our planet’s capacity to provide resources and handle waste.
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.
The Engineering Leadership Group (ELG) is delighted to invite its members to join a roundtable on the role of urban infrastructure in the transition to net-zero economy, in partnership with Mumbai First.
George M. Karagiannis explores climate adaptation actions that can improve the resilience of our infrastructure, reducing asset damage and disruption to communities.
One year after the establishment of the Engineering Leadership Group (ELG), the group launches its Manifesto.
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 United Nations Office for Disaster Risk (UNDRR) is conducting a survey that has been designed for a person living with a disability or a caregiver to share their thoughts on living with disasters.
ICSI is delighted to formally welcome the World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO), and Yetunde Holloway as its representative, onto the ICSI Board of Directors.
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.
The ASCE INSPIRE conference committee invites proposals of research, case studies, and best practices to plan, design, and deliver more resilient and sustainable infrastructure systems to help our communities adapt.