IS YOUR CITY RESILIENT?
CONSULTANTS IN DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND URBAN RESILIENCE
CEO Dr. Alexander Mirescu is proud to announce that Resilient/City and GEODEV, a leading project management firm in Kenya, have signed association documents for the development urban resilience strategies. Dr. Mirescu stated that “joining forces with prestigious companies, like GEODEV, with their history of project implementation, will bring synergistic benefit to Resilient/City, GEODEV, and the […]
New Resilient/City Publication with Renew Canada Offers Policy and Implementation Insights into Changing Our Perception of Impervious Spaces, Infrastructure and Urbanization
After speaking at the Future Cities Summit in Toronto in late 2018, Resilient/City CEO Dr. Alexander Mirescu collaborated with urbanization and construction resource, Renew Canada, on understanding the opportunities that cities have in converting their greatest asset, impervious spaces, into resilient and risk-reducing assets.
The CEOs of Resilient/City and the Disaster Recovery Institute (www.drii.org/), Chloe Demrovsky, completed another successful workshop with the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction and it’s Global Education Training Institute (GETI) toward advancing indicators and benchmarks towards Resilient Business Plans for the private sector. Drawing on the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction and UNISDR’s […]
Resilient/City honored to lead United Nations training on DRR and Business Continuity Plans – March 2019
The United Nations Global Education and Training Institute (GETI) and UNISDR are partnering with Resiliént/City to deliver a key training on Disaster Risk Reduction and Business Continuity Plans at the United Nation’s regional center in Panama City, Panama. The private sector plays a key role in enhancing the resilience profile of the cities they are […]
Resilient/City maintains a running repository of publications and reports based on our work in understanding resilience and risk-reduction and enhancing risk-informed and risk-based governance. We also regularly share information about our common projects with our many strategic partners in government, research, urban planning, architecture and engineering. Below are examples of final reports on our most recent projects, research and more.
“Two Cities, One Storm: A Comparative Analysis of Post-Sandy Resiliency Planning in Hoboken and Jersey City”
“Enhancing Urban Resilience through Resilient Real Estate”
WHAT WE DO
RESILIÉNT/CITY offers expert consulting in conceptualizing and developing national policies and municipal strategies on disaster risk reduction and urban resilience.
Working with global leaders in flood/water management and urban architects, RESILIÉNT/CITY uses proven methodologies to help societies to be better prepared for natural and man-made disasters, to better adapt to climate change and to reduce and mitigate human and economic losses.
WHO WE WORK WITH
RESILIÉNT/CITY has conducted extensive capacity trainings with national governments, legislative bodies, members of parliament and their political parties. We work directly with congressional representatives and their committees on linking disaster risk reduction to national policies on climate change adaptation, gender inclusion and municipal affairs.
At the municipal level, RESILIÉNT/CITY supports the efforts of mayors and city/town councils on achieving greater urban resilience through local-level risk assessments and capacity trainings. Using proven methodologies, we craft case-specific policies and offer modes of implementation.
RESILIÉNT/CITY consulting offers expert policy support and for international organizations and regional development banks.