Useful guides, reports and best practices for improving resilience, for Resilience First members only.

This research paper aims to understand how climate risks affect people’s behaviour and vice versa, taking into account different hazards, target groups, landscape types, and socioeconomic circumstance.

A briefing paper for UK businesses on the principles and information they will need for Net Zero transition.

A report identifying the trends and transformations affecting the resilience of ports.

The Resilience Rating System has been designed to better monitor adaptation and resilience-related action and to complement existing methodologies on tracking climate-related finance and increase ambition for climate-aligned development.

A paper explaining why Y2K was potentially so serious, how the risks were addressed and what important lessons there are to be learned.

A scalable standard relevant to all organisational types where their activities, products and services might be threatened by, or in some cases able to take advantage of, climate change.

A report highlighting how global business is practically implementing resilience programmes, providing unique analysis and recommendations with benchmarks and insights derived from more than 150 business leaders from 30 sectors across five continents.

The Global Labour Resilience Index is an annual publication launched in Davos, which ranks countries on the resilience of their labour markets and provides policy guidance on how to enhance that resilience.

An overview of terrorism trends and impacts in relation to COVID-19.

The City of London’s, square mile, climate action strategy from 2020 onwards.

This toolkit is designed as an accessible reference resource with the aim to help you understand the key issues relating to climate change and the actions you can take to start addressing them.

An overview of the impact of fire on organisations and steps to increasing fire resilience.

An introductory guide to help organisations understand and apply agility and resilience to their operations..

A whitepaper from Resilience First looks at the reasons for, and ways towards, adopting a more resilience-based approach to managing modern-day dangers.