Cyber Resilience: Why Prioritizing Resiliency to Cyber Threats is Critical to You and Your Organization
On the 19th Anniversary of 9/11, we remember the lives we lost and the incredible stories of sheer bravery from the American people, who stood resilient in times of adversity. Additionally, one of the untold stories of that day stands out as the largest maritime evacuations in history. Around 500,000 civilians were evacuated through from Lower Manhattan in less than 9 hours.
3rd Annual GRRN Summit: Organising for Resilience After the Point of No Return
Following the success of its Annual Summit in the past, the Global Resilience Research Network, founded by GRI, will be bringing its 3rd Annual Global Resilience Research Network Summit "Organising for Resilience After the Point of No Return" to Melbourne, Australia.
Maritime Resilience Symposium
Save the date for MRS 2020, to be held Oct. 27-29, 2020, near the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign campus. The event will be hosted by the Critical Infrastructure Resilience Institute (CIRI), a Department of Homeland Security Center of Excellence, in collaboration with the National Academy of Sciences.
COVID-19 Special Investigation Report: K-12 Education in New England
New England’s K-12 schools are critical anchor institutions that serve some of the most important functions in our communities. Elementary and secondary education’s primary function is youth academic development, through the cognitive, social-emotional, and physical development of children.
COVID-19 Special Investigation Report: Housing Insecurity in New England
Housing is a necessity, a choice, a financial investment, and a human right. For many communities, their housing supply, affordability, and quality are the invisible infrastructure that supports growth, vitality, sustainability, inclusion and resilience.
COVID-19 Special Investigation Report: Food System Resilience in New England
The COVID-19 pandemic has strained the food system as patterns of food consumption changed abruptly in March 2020 and food supply chains were disrupted. Americans are accustomed to plentiful, diverse, convenient, and inexpensive food, enabled by a nationally centralized food system.
COVID-19 Special Investigation Report: An Equitable, Clean Energy Recovery for New England
The COVID-19 pandemic has created the need for massive federal investment to stimulate a recovery. Government investment will either integrate considerations of climate change and transition to renewable energy or thwart transformation by reinforcing the status quo of fossil fuel-based system.