Event Start:
08 Jun 2022 12:00 PM
Event End:
08 Jun 2022 01:00 PM
New York 7am | London 12pm | Singapore 7pm
Event Summary:

Webinar | The Resilience of Tomorrow, in… Society (EP 2)

The pandemic has increased disparities in societies across the globe. But what’s the role of infrastructure in our cities and networks to build a more equal and inclusive and, therefore, resilient society?

Dr Juliet Mian, Arup’s global Resilience skills network leader, will open the session with a short address considering the important roles of digital connectivity, transport, water and energy systems in ensuring city and societal resilience. This will be followed by a panel discussion on how we could and should adapt to the challenges ahead considering the interconnectedness of society, physical infrastructure and the natural environment.


- Juliet Mian, Director, Arup

Jonathan Turton, Director, Arup

Sachin Bhoite, Director of Climate Resilience, C40 Cities

Katrin Bruebach, Global Director, Programs, Innovation & Impact, Resilient Cities Network

Katarzyna Rzucidlo, Human Settlements and Infrastucture Senior Specialist, Green Climate Fund

This webinar is part of our global webinar series The Resilience of Tomorrow where we will draw on the lessons of the past two years as we look to build a resilient tomorrow. 


This webinar will take place at 7am New York | 12pm London | 7pm Singapore. Find your local time zone

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