Co-hosted by ICSI and the United Nations University, this session will explore what socio-ecological resilience means to different stakeholders in the context of disaster risk reduction. It will take a holistic approach to the concept of socio-ecological resilience by showcasing solutions across different contexts, scales and sectors.
Co-hosted by WFEO and the Engineering Leadership Group (ELG), this session will foster transdisciplinary and systems thinking for inclusive, effective, nature-positive infrastructure and climate solutions in the context of the global stocktake by mobilising youth, finance and policy. Livestream the session here.
Join KPMG International and ICSI for a comprehensive dialogue on the significance of resilience in renewable energy infrastructure and systems. Experts will explore financing, investment, and technical challenges, as well as innovations at both the asset and system-wide infrastructure levels.
Resilience First, in collaboration with Resilience Rising and The Center for Climate and Energy Solutions, will explore practical actions to drive progress on the Sharm El-Sheik Adaptation Agenda, including nature-based solutions.
Recognising that engineers are critical to building just, resilient, inclusive & sustainable infrastructure, this session will explore how to implement the UNDRR Principles for Resilient Infrastructure and showcase tangible examples of engineering-led transformative action, including practical capacity building of early-career engineers.
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.