New paper on climate resilience of critical infrastructure incentivised by digital technologies and data

In our agenda-setting paper that is just published in the journal of Climate Risk Management we argue that:

“Digital technologies can enhance climate resilience of critical infrastructure”

to boost economic growth and societal well-being for achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (sdgs2030). Deployment of emerging digital technologies, underpinned by multi-stakeholder alliances, is essential for accelerating progress toward more resilient infrastructure to contain and recover from multiple hazards in a sustainable manner.

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This multidisciplinary research paper is co-authored with colleagues from 5 different countries with contributions from policymakers, economic organisations, financial institutions, academics, consultants, data-analysts & R&D Centers.

Co-authors: Dr Sotirios Argyroudis, Prof Eleni Chatzi, Prof Jack Baker, Prof Ioannis Brilakis, Prof Konstantinos Gkoumas, Prof Michalis Vousdoukas, Prof William Hynes, Dr Savina Carluccio, Oceane Keou, Prof Dan Frangopol, Dr Igor Linkov

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