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Climate-resilient infrastructure refers to the built environment designed and constructed to withstand the impacts of climate change, including rising temperatures, increased precipitation, sea-level rise, and more frequent extreme weather events.

By integrating resilience measures into infrastructure development and investing in sustainable design, nature-based solutions, and collaborative policy interventions, we can unlock multiple benefits such as safeguarding lives and economies, reducing carbon emissions, and preserving natural resources. Working together, we can pave the path to a sustainable future where climate-resilient infrastructure is the bedrock for a thriving, resilient, and sustainable society.

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Unlocking opportunities for climate-resilient infrastructure