Workshop 2: Connecting Different Types of Resilience
Building resilience means planning for change in ways that make you better off now. By leveraging and linking the work organizations are already doing on sustainability, risk management, emergency preparedness and business continuity, you can create new opportunities that improve the public good and the bottom line. USGBC-LAâs Building Resilience-LA program has developed a methodology for busting silos and unleashing potential of buildings, organizations and communities so that they can adapt and thrive no matter what disruptions come their way.
WORKSHOP 2: "Types of Resilience: More than the Sum of their Parts?"
This workshop explores three inter-related aspects of resilient systems: physical, economic and social. Resilience requires solving for more than one problem at a time. Learn how to develop systemic and strategic solutions for your work and life by looking at local examples.
Why Attend a Building Resilience Workshop?
"Engaging in this process centered on real-world locations and institutions was one of the most informative and energizing trainings of my professional career. We looked at new approaches and solutions to known problems. We became able to identify the unknowns that we need to recognize to begin to analyze and address the issues. The workshop was invaluable." -Maya Henderson, Kilroy Realty Corporation
Heather Rosenberg, Director, Building Resilience-LA Program at USGBC-LA