The story of our sponsors – Arup

Resilience is a critical agenda for Arup – and for everyone. As part of our mission to contribute to a sustainable future, we have pioneered resilience practice in communities, cities, infrastructure and organisations.  We welcome the Resilience Hub’s presence at COP26 and the opportunity it affords to collaborate with others. Jo da Silva Global Director […]

Meet our partners – Coalition for Climate Resilient Investment

Why CCRI is supporting the Resilience Hub at COP26 Adaptation to climate risk in developing countries could require as much as $300 billion a year by 2030. Yet, annually less than six percent of climate finance currently flows toward adaptation. Meanwhile, the private sector has not until now been incentivised to fund projects to build […]

The story of our sponsors – AXA XL

AXA XL is delighted to be sponsoring the Resilience Hub at COP26 as part of our ongoing commitment to develop resilient communities, respond to climate change and deliver sustainable insurance solutions. The Resilience Hub provides a platform from which we can help to raise awareness and discuss best practice around the importance of building resilience. […]

COP Art: the climate challenge displayed

Works of art from countries around the world tell the dramatic story of a changing climate in Art + Resilience, the official COP26 art exhibition. The presentation combines both art and data to deliver a powerful and timely visual message about climate risk and resilience. Presented by the Coalition for Climate Resilient Investment (CCRI) in […]

The story of our sponsors – Willis Towers Watson

Willis Towers Watson is delighted to be co-sponsoring the Resilience Hub this year. Glasgow will be remembered as the COP where action on adaptation and resilience really gained momentum – the world urgently needs the people, capital and risk solutions to build a Net Zero and climate resilient future. Rowan Douglas, head of Climate and […]

The story of our sponsors – WSP

We at WSP have long been committed to helping society in general and our clients in particular to better prepare for, respond to, recover from, and mitigate the future impacts of disasters and other emergencies. This specifically includes a specialisation in climate change adaptation and risk management. As a result, we are particularly pleased to be […]

S.O.S. We are sinking

November 8 is Resilience Day at COP26 when the Ocean Risk and Resilience Action Alliance (ORRAA) and global marine contractor Van Oord will co-host a 90 minute session to bring together private sector, civil society and public sector actors to focus on coastal resilience, discuss opportunities and challenges, highlight innovative solutions and inspire accelerated climate […]

The story of our sponsors – IBM

IBM is proud to be a sponsor of the Resilience Hub. ‘Innovation that matters for our clients and for the world’ is one of our core values. One that resonates now more than ever.  Sanjay Tugnait, Global Managing Partner for Sustainability. by Sanjay Tugnait Throughout its 110-year history, IBM’s values have helped it to make […]

The story of our sponsors – Mott MacDonald

At Mott MacDonald, climate action – both delivering net zero and building resilience to the impacts of climate change – is embedded in everything we do. We see, through our work with clients around the world, the urgency for action on resilience. Our purpose to deliver social outcomes aligns with the ambition of the COP […]

About our partners – ICF Climate Center

We asked ICF, our partners in the Energy Access and Resilience theme, to tell us something about their work and their presence at COP26 With experience through more than 40 years as one of the world’s leading science-based climate consultancies, ICF works with business, government, and non-profit organisations to design and implement programmes that drive […]