Tapping into creative capabilities and thinking differently are critical for civil engineers to make a meaningful input to the climate crisis, according to The Resilience Shift CEO Seth Schultz, presenting his final lecture in the ICE’s Brunel Lecture series.
Category: Past Events and Webinars
Catch up on past webinar and events recordings which you may have missed.
Register now to hear Seth Schultz deliver the Institution of Civil Engineers’ closing Brunel Lecture (17/1), reflecting on his year-long journey with ICE President, Ed McCann, and on how the engineering community can deliver a carbon-neutral and resilient society.
On 3 Nov 2021, ICSI hosted a roundtable discussion at the COP26 Wood House in Glasgow, focussing on issues at the heart of ICSI, and the engineering community’s role in […]
The Resilience Shift and our strategic partners, Resilience First and the International Coalition for Sustainable Infrastructure (ICSI), were excited to present a number of sessions at the conference, covering a range of topics relevant to resilience in urban infrastructure. Recordings of each session are available to stream now.
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.
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.
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.
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.