News and insights

Keep up-to-date with our latest news, publications, projects, and other interesting and useful insights into resilience.

Latest news, June 2024

June 27, 2024

It’s difficult to believe that we are already halfway through 2024!  Take a look at what we’ve been busy with in recent months.

Seismic Risk Resource for Commercial Building Tenants

April 18, 2024

As a commercial building tenant, does your building have the seismic resilience needed to meet your organisation’s needs? Check out our new Seismic Risk Resource for Commercial Building Tenants.

Latest news, March 2024

March 28, 2024

At the end of a busy first quarter of 2024, read our highlights from the last couple of months.

Introducing Nick Currie

March 8, 2024

We recently welcomed Nick to our team as a Consultant/Analyst – here he shares a bit about his background and life outside of work.

Introducing Alyssa Ryan

February 29, 2024

We recently welcomed Alyssa to the ResOrgs office. Alyssa is working in a University of Canterbury Post-Doctoral position and will be spreading her time across the UC Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering and our offices – here she shares a bit about her background and life outside of work.

Cameron Eade, Senior Consultant

January 29, 2024

We are delighted to share that Cameron Eade has been promoted to Senior Consultant.

2023 in review

December 21, 2023

As 2023 draws to a close, check out some of our highlights from this year.

ResOrgs becomes a Sustainable Business Network Impact Investor

November 6, 2023

We are proud to now be an Impact Investor with the Sustainable Business Network, an organisation helping businesses to improve their sustainability and adapt to the impacts of climate change.

Introducing Lucy Gawn, Administator

September 4, 2023

We recently welcomed Lucy to the Resilient Organisations team as Administrator. Read more about our new Administrator.

Newsletter August 2023

August 14, 2023

Read our latest newsletter, including learning from the emergency response to Cyclone Gabrielle; testing seismic risk messaging with commercial building tenants, why engaging communities about natural hazards and climate change risks is so difficult.

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