Building resilient cities

TNP Partner, Jeb Brugmann, authored a report titled “Building Resilient Cities: From Risk Assessment to Redevelopment” as part of the “Building Climate Resilience in Cities” workshop series organized by Ceres, ClimateWise, The University of Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership, The Insurance Advisory Panel and ICLEI- Local Governments for Sustainability.

Building Resilient Cities

Historically, efforts to build climate resilience in cities have been led by public policy and planning efforts. As cities continue to grow in scale and complexity, large scale investment and widespread behavioural change is needed to ensure that cities are prepared to manage future risks, illustrating the crucial role that the private sector has to play. This report identifies one of ways in which the private sector can work to mitigate the negative outcomes of climate change through a new strategic planning framework, called a “Resilience Zone”.

To read the full report, click here.