How critical infrastructure can be made more climate-resilient

Designing today’s physical networks with tomorrow’s weather in mind

Whether it’s arrival and departure boards showing cancelled trains because of flooding, or images of submerged roads in rural villages, extreme weather events take their toll on infrastructure and the people who rely on it. 

Globally, the narrative is a similar one, with heatwaves and unprecedented rainfall levels affecting everything from roads and railways to bridges and sewers, leading many analysts to describe infrastructure resilience in the face of climate change as a time bomb. 

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