Climate Change And The Massive Need for Infrastructure Investment – A Balancing Act
Infrastructure is the foundation and connective tissue of society. In its broadest sense, it covers everything above and below surface (including both land and water). That’s buildings; energy generation (renewable and conventional) and transmission; road, rail and the various modes of transport using it; transport hubs like ports and airports; clean and dirty water; etc. So, rather than thinking about a building, we should think about a building in its urban grid, whether that is a precinct or neighborhood, a city, a state, a country, a continent, or the entire world.
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Author: Nils Kok