Resilience Plan Revealed in London
"London Mayor Sadiq Khan announced the city’s first resilience strategy to organize the city’s preparation for long-term threats including climate change and the economic impact of Brexit," reports Jason Plautz.
"The resilience plan includes language to ensure food security, especially amid the supply and economic changes from Britain’s departure from the European Union," explains Plautz. "Other aspects of the plan give special attention to heat waves and water shortages, and include steps to prepare for cyberattacks and physical terrorist attacks by increasing first-aid training and coordination among first responders."
The "London City Resilience Strategy" is a final vestige of the defunct 100 Resilient Cities project, formerly funded by the Rockefeller Foundation.