How do we make resilient infrastructure for a safer world and what are implications from Covid 19

20th Mar 2020

Relevant to today's global events as the world looks to respond to, and be resilient to, Covid 19 - a global pandemic this CIHT podcast explores global resilience Featuring an interview with Juliet Mian, an infrastructure resilience expert. Juliet has many years of experience on a wide range of infrastructure projects across many sectors. She is Technical Director of Resilience Shift, Associate Director at Arup and also a UK representative to PIARC.

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This episode is relevant to today's global events as the world looks to respond to, and be resilient to, Covid 19 - a global pandemic. The CIHT podcast is an interview with Justin Ward speaking with Juliet Mian, an infrastructure resilience expert. Juliet has many years of experience on a wide range of infrastructure projects across many sectors. She is Technical Director of Resilience Shift, Associate Director at Arup and also a UK representative to PIARC.

The interview looks at the implications for infrastructure as a result of the climate crisis, how black sky hazard scenarios can help and how green infrastructure can make places and people more resilient. There are lessons given from Day Zero, where Cape Town faced the situation of running out of water.

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