National Resilience

| July 28, 2020

Devastating fires and the international pandemic have highlighted the need for Australia to become more resilient in the face of growing economic, political and environmental challenges.  In November 2020, GAP’s Annual Economic Summit will discuss ways to improve national resilience at NSW Parliament House in Sydney.

Open Forum will carry blogs from speakers, participants and other interested parties in the run up to the event, in addition to the pieces published on this important topic in recent months.

Environment

Fight for the Future

Save the world to save ourselves

Is COVID-19 the dress rehearsal for climate change?

Learning from disaster

Health

“One health” for the world

Reconstructing pharmaceutical chains after COVID-19

Manufacturing and Infrastructure

Manufacturing an opportunity from COVID-19

Increasing the resilience of outer urban areas

Supply Chains

A new agenda for more resilient supply chains

Securing supply chains after COVID-19

COVID-19 makes waves for international shipping

“Economic distancing” would repeat historic errors

Democracies need alliances to secure vital supply chains

Food

Protected cropping and resilience of the food supply chain

The growing global food crisis

Energy

Fuel security shouldn’t save the fossil fuel industry

Improving Australia’s fuel security

Security

Turning crisis into opportunity

The invisible enemies

The army must be ready to fight more than fires

Covid-19 shows Australia needs a national sovereignty strategy

Preparing for the next computer virus

Learning the lessons for a post-COVID-19 world

Personal resilience

Tough times teach us about resilience

Building psychological resilience during times of stress

Post-COVID Australia

Rebuilding Australia after COVID-19

Imagining a more sustainable Australia

Inspiring a brighter future

Welcome to post-pandemic Australia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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