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The Resilience Shift is hosting a round-table meeting of key professional institutions and associations to identify and explore how these groups might help advance development of policy, standards, and professional education and development with respect to infrastructure resilience.
This is part of the ongoing series of round-table meetings convened by the Resilience Shift and facilitated by its Technical Advisory Group hosted by the University of Cambridge and led by Professor Peter Guthrie and Dr Kristen MacAskill.
These round-tables form part of its work to build a global community equipped with the knowledge and tools needed to drive practice towards better, more resilient critical infrastructure and a safer world. Previous round-tables have included those focused on Ports and logistics, Christchurch’s regeneration, and City-scale modelling.
The objective of the meeting of key institutions is to establish ways that institutions and professional associations can engage with each other and with the Resilience Shift to accelerate change in how resilient infrastructure is delivered in practice.
This event is by invitation only and will take place at the Moller Centre in Cambridge, United Kingdom, on 28 November-29 November 2019.