To improve the resilience of global infrastructure, we need new approaches to public-private partnerships, project finance, and risk management
Failure to adopt climate resilience paradigms on infrastructure projects presents huge potential for loss, considering the high capital and investment costs incurred when developing public infrastructure.
The effects on our economy and continent from greenhouse gas emissions and other forms of pollution and resource depletion are becoming increasingly clear. By going green, construction firms can not only survive, but also thrive in this new economic and environmental climate. The new competitive advantage will be and, in many cases already is, ‘eco-advantage’ or green business.