As the scale and frequency of severe disasters are likely to increase in the coming years, climate change being just one driver, then it is important to overcome the impediments to inaction and not place an over-reliance on early warning systems to overcome people-centric deficits. A new report sheds light on how to enhance warnings.
A Ministerial statement published on 11 January gives the government's position on the outcome of the consultation exercise around any potential 'Protect Duty' legislation to improve security measures that could protect the public from terrorist attacks. Resilience First has been very supportive of the initiative since the beginning and reviews the latest response.
Delivering robust net-zero infrastructure solutions and generating a circular, resilient, sustainable economy that focuses on sharing, leasing, reusing, repairing, refurbishing and recycling existing materials and products for as long as possible will help tackle our global challenges of climate change, biodiversity loss, and waste. Join us as speakers from around the world will reveal a diversity of views and approaches to this vitally important subject.