Using systems thinking to unlock value and to improve the climate resilience of places
Connecting global and local expertise, effective solutions, and unlocking value to deliver systemic climate-resilient solutions to context-sensitive challenges
Projects & Initiatives
The Living Lab brings cross-sector stakeholders together for local solutions
Collaboratively defining a sustainability vision and decision tool for a garden city
Advising green infrastructure investment for the Northern Gateway
Investigating the opportunities of creating a green recovery
Support uptake & scale up of Nature-Based Solutions
Integrating town planning, public health, climate, biophilia & neuroscience expertise
Review of an action plan to enhance the approach to Ofwat’s Resilience in the Round
Evidencing the commercial vision to deliver a commercially attractive, climate-resilient city
Strategic advice in support of sustainability visioning and data integration
Technical expertise to develop finance solutions for green urban projects
Using agent-based modelling to analyse the potential for waste-to-energy from water
Data and place based access for & co-created with, local at risk groups
Decision-support tool for managing flood risk to infrastructure using satellite data
Using agent-based modelling to plan for water supply and waste water infrastructure
Systems solutions to systemic challenges
A phased approach to working with places, to improve prosperity, health & wellbeing and climate resilience. We love working alongside partners to co-create bold and practical steps to shape a better future for all.
June 2021 Update
The Right to the City – an inspiration for a more participative shaping of the city?
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.