ICSI participated in a workshop on infrastructure resilience, convened by the National Service for Disaster Prevention and Response (SENAPRED) to delve into the knowledge and contributions that public entities can make regarding the governance of resilient infrastructure.
After a whirlwind #COP28, we are pleased to share our key takeaways from the conference and our activities over the past two weeks.
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.
ICSI is heading to Dubai for COP28 to take part in a number of events over the conference period. We are once again involved with the Resilience Hub, where we are co-leading on the theme of Disaster Risk Management and Humanitarian Action.
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.
ICSI and WFEO SDG13, have launched a global consultation to collect views from young engineers on the opportunities, barriers, and practices for the implementation of sustainable development practices in their work.
ICSI participate in a side event at the G20 Disaster Risk Reduction Working Group meeting. The session focussed on Enhancing Disaster Resilient Infrastructure Governance and was led by the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR) and the Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure.
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.
Mark Enzer and Melissa Zannoco explore what is required of the built environment in order to transition towards a circular economy.
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.
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’.
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.