• A safer and better world

    The safety and well-being of billions of people relies on infrastructure being able to deliver critical services – providing, protecting and connecting us – whatever the future has in store.

From the blog

  • Grants available to develop resilience primers for industry
    How can we shift the needle on resilience practice so that all organisations embed it into their decision-making? We believe that key incentives or other levers exist for all industries and that we must articulate the value that resilience can bring. We are seeking expressions of interest from potential grantees to develop practical, industry-specific primers. Initial deadline for expressions of interest is 27 August 2018.
  • How a value chain approach helps us to ‘join the dots’?
    Savina Carluccio explores what we mean by resilience value, and how we are using value chains to connect the concepts of resilience and value
  • Pushing forward from strong foundations – a change in leadership
    Michael Bruno – Chair, Resilience Shift Board, talks about our future direction and reflects on our change of leadership. He celebrates the work of our outgoing Executive Director, Nancy Kete.
  • Whose responsibility is it to strengthen the resilience of critical infrastructure?
    Rob Turk gives an Australian perspective on the role of government and on a new piece of federal legislation that raises many questions around the role of legislation, and the government more broadly, in strengthening critical infrastructure resilience.

The Resilience Shift wants to re-orient professional practice from a focus on infrastructure as an asset, to a focus on infrastructure as part of a system that provides services under both ordinary and extraordinary circumstances.

Join us and the growing community of experts engaged in doing resilience, valuing resilience, and scaling up resilience across sectors and industries.

The Resilience Shift is a global initiative to catalyse resilience within and between critical infrastructure sectors.