Bristol's chief resilient officer, Sarah Toy, discusses what’s gone well, what’s gone less well and how a dedicated resilience initiative fits into a city where there is already so much going on.
A group of Dutch food waste entrepreneurs have launched a 'Waste is Delicious' range of their products, with one supermarket opening a dedicated aisle and with others set to follow
The shared lives approach to health and social care, linking those in need of support to carers in their communities, still resides on the fringes of public services. What needs to change?
A new report seeks to define what constitutes 'good help' and, more importantly, how to bring this into the mainstream - is it possible to scale personalised services?
Three Norwegian technologists set out the build solutions to tackle isolation and have made great strides at both ends of the age spectrum in a short period to time.
Can Augmented Reality help tackle mental health problems? Pilots in a UK prison and with South Staffordshire College and charity, Rethink Mental Illness, suggests there is a lot of potential
We speak to Lina Liakou, who has overseen Thessaloniki's resilience plan and now has a broader role, at 100 Resilient Cities, as it enters the all important implementation phase