Long-term climate resilience for the private and public sector

Public sector: protect what matters now – and in the future

So, you have designed and implemented your climate adaptation measures – but what happens next? 

With democratised access to the right climate insights and warning systems, you can give your stakeholders and communities the confidence to thrive, safe in the knowledge that you are prepared for extreme weather events. And with decision support tools like digital twins, you can continuously refine your adaptation strategy over time.

At Royal HaskoningDHV, we can help you make that happen. Our world-class digital technologies enable you to monitor environmental conditions in real-time, forecast potential scenarios and make smart decisions that protect people, property, and assets in your area now and in the future.

For example, FLASH – one of the world’s fastest and most reliable flood forecasting systems – lets you model and play out potential emergency scenarios. Meanwhile, our experts can provide actionable insights based on the latest hazard data – so you always know and will be prepared for what may come next.

Private sector: make informed, effective choices

As climate hazards become more frequent and severe, enterprises can’t afford to wait for the weather to disrupt business. You need to know the moment a hazard arises anywhere in your global network or supply chain so you can take immediate action.

At Royal HaskoningDHV, our multi-hazard data platforms have global coverage, so you’re always ready to identify and act on emerging threats at any location, worldwide.

We can help you simulate, forecast, and compare potential scenarios, and our flash flood warning systems are among the fastest and most reliable worldwide. Crucially, our long experience protecting assets and infrastructure can help you to interpret that data – minimising uncertainty, understanding complex risk, and making effective real-world decisions.


  • Harness world-class climate technologies, systems, and services
  • Minimise uncertainty with continuous climate understanding
  • Take proactive action based on real-time climate insights
With the changing climate, our clients’ needs and expectations and our experts’ knowledge are always evolving – so we keep developing our software, technology, and digital tools to match. Processes become more data-driven and combining this with our clients’ experience and experts’ knowledge, our rate of innovation will only increase.

Micheline Hounjet

Leading Professional Digital Solutions for Climate Resilience

Micheline Hounjet

Our services

  • Climate resilience consultancy 
  • Monitoring, forecasting, early warning systems and software
  • Digital Twin delivery and consultancy
  • Asset condition assessment and monitoring

Climate resilience success stories

There are many approaches to adapt to the changing climate. Here are some of the ways we have helped communities and organisations around the world build their own resilience:

    Our offerings

    • Climate Resilience

      Understanding climate change

      Building alignment around evolving climate risk and the need to respond
    • Climate Resilience

      Climate hazard and risk insights and awareness

      Bringing clarity so you can make informed decisions in a changing world
    • Climate Resilience

      Climate adaptation planning

      Creating an integrated, strategic roadmap to protect communities, businesses and assets
    • Climate Resilience

      Climate resilience solutions

      Designing and delivering effective adaptation measures, from development policies to nature-based solutions
    • Resilience

      Climate resilience

      Climate change is putting people, assets, infrastructure, and business continuity at increasing risk. Impacts like flooding, drought, heatwaves, landslides and wind are taking a growing toll on communities and businesses. For private and public sector organisations, this presents a defining challenge: “How can we adapt to keep our communities, economies, assets and infrastructure running safely?”