Resilient transportation is a key facet of building resilience in a city as a whole. A transportation system that can help build resilience will take into account a number of factors that allow the system to provide multiple benefits today, while also strategically making investments for the future.
This handbook is a compedium that offers: replicable innovations; shared tactical approaches and tools; market needs for resilience building; and access to fellow network experts
This practioners guide reflects the conviction coming out of the Network Exchange of racial inequity as a critical ur-ban challenge, and participants’ collective efforts in effecting transformative change in their cities.
This report documents the city’s efforts to develop a replicable process for the design and construction of new public school infrastructure as part of the city’s My Community, My School program
This 2017 report offers case studies of seven cities' resilience strategies, describing the successful implementation and results of urban resilience measures such as social equity programs and responses to extreme weather events. Each case study is followed by examples of other 100RC cities tackling similar impacts.
A practitioner resource for planners, municipal leaders and others that helps support the uptake of nature-based solutions in cities.
The City Resilience Index (CRI) builds on extensive research undertaken by Arup to establish an accessible, evidence-based definition of urban resilience, which culminated in the City Resilience Framework (CRF) in April 2014. The CRF provides a holistic articulation of city resilience, structured around four dimensions and 12 goals that are critical for the resilience of our cities.
The objective of the CoLab was to identify recommendations and develop solutions for Cali that both reduce school vulnerability and create opportunities for economic, social and environmental benefits which further support and incentivize investment in risk reduction.