Using systems thinking to unlock value and drive sustainable performance in city regions
Hunter Region, Australia
Challenge: Water infrastructure and energy transition
Client: Hunter Water
Challenge: Flooding and subsidence risks to infrastructure and asset management
Clients: Scottish Canals & European Space Agency
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Making city-region resilience affordable and practical
Taking cities on a learning journey of transformational change
We have developed a new, phased approach to working with cities, designed to demonstrate the value of a systems thinking approach to planning, in the context of specific project’s challenges and policies.
Because business as usual is no longer an option
Pioneering systems modelling and data sharing platform – connecting developers, innovators and technology providers with city stakeholder demand for collaborative, risk-informed planning and investment decision making.
An inclusive model that supports positive impact at scale
We champion an open model that is built on multidisciplinary, cross-sector collaborations.
This approach encourages the cocreation and exponential growth of “collaborative advantage”, which translates into growing access to networks, expertise, resources, and learnings. All of which, are key to the successful codesign, implementation and rapid scale-up of systemic solutions.
The exponential challenges we face to deliver the SDGs demand exponential solutions. Incremental approaches, while important, are no longer sufficient.
This is why it is more important than ever before to get behind breakthrough innovators like the Resilience Brokers, and support positive impact at scale, driven by new ways of thinking, disruptive technologies and relevant business models.John Elkington
Regional prototype, WASH sector, Greater Accra (Ghana)
Providing sustainable solutions and innovative funding options to tackle Accra’s water supply and sanitation challenges
Driven by the power of collaboration and the networked strengths of an outstanding group of individuals and organisations