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Only modern, resilient infrastructure can limit the impact of natural disasters. This is the conclusion of “WorldRiskReport 2016” by the University of Stuttgart for the United States. Looking at 346 natural disasters that caused 22,000 deaths, disrupted 100 million lives and caused $66.5 billion worth of economic damage in 2015, the report identifies the role of infrastructure in limiting the impact of these kinds of events. It cites an estimate by the World Bank that an additional $1.5 trillion must be invested in the sector every year until 2020 in low- and medium-income countries to help limit that impact.

    
INFRASTRUCTURE  17/11/2016
 
A BULWARK AGAINST NATURAL DISASTERS
 

The WorldRiskReport 2016 analyses the role of infrastructure in the event of natural events like earthquakes

 

    
ATLAS  17/11/2016
 
NORTHERN EUROPE: BETTER INFRASTRUCTURE
 

Northern EU member states top the latest scoreboard on the state of transport infrastructure

 


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