Resilient Planet


People can only prosper in a world where natural systems are nurtured and sustained.

A healthy planet and environmental resilience are crucial for achieving sustainable development.

Investment in the environment, nature-based solutions and ecosystem-based approaches for tackling disaster risk and climate change are vital to achieve the United Nations’ sustainable development goals.


Our planet pillar demonstrates the use of risk analytics

  • Understand risk to natural capital
  • Mobilise finance to protect and build more resilient ecosystems and reduce biodiversity loss
  • Maximise the value of our precious ecosystems to help adapt to climate changes and reduce disaster risk
sand dunes on the coast

Photo by David Lartey on UnSplash

Nature is declining globally at rates unprecedented in human history.

Decades of industrial progress, coupled with unsustainable management practices have led to an alarming degradation of the foundation of our economies, livelihoods, food security, health and wellbeing. (IPBES, 2019)

How resilience benefits the planet

A resilient planet is one that has social, economic and environmental systems can cope with hazardous events, trends or disturbances.

These systems can respond or reorganise to keep going and also adapt, learn and transform.

A resilient planet will support us today and in the future.

tropical forest

How resilience can positively impact the Planet.

Visualising exposure and risk to increase resilience in nature value.

visualising exposure

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