Critical infrastructure

The physical structures, facilities, networks and other assets which provide services that are essential to the social and economic functioning of a community or society.

Latest Critical infrastructure additions in the Knowledge Base

Caribbean private sector
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Caribbean islands are in a water crisis, and their governments have warned that water scarcity may become the new norm.
Conversation Media Group, the
community members in Driza, Fier begin construction on the first phase of a new sewage system.
Research briefs
As climate-driven flooding becomes more common, policymakers and the public are more frequently confronted with whether to rebuild in flood-prone areas and who should be responsible for the cost repairing or replacing damaged homes and infrastructure.
University of Colorado Boulder
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Documents and publications
This research aims to develop a framework for identifying, ranking, and prioritizing the risks for Indian harbours. Also, this study ranks the 12 major Indian ports based on the identified risk factors.
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Documents and publications
This note explains how the Global Facility for Disaster Risk Reduction (GFDRR) partnered with an educational institution in Indonesia to bolster the capacity of the country’s water utility operators.
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Documents and publications
This note explains how the Global Facility for Disaster Risk Reduction (GFDRR) has successfully supported Bangladesh in integrating climate resilience to the rural power system, with a specific focus on power system planning and post-disaster recovery.
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Documents and publications
This note explains how the Canada-Caribbean Resilience Facility (CRF) Program has been key to ensuring the resilience of infrastructure investments in Grenada.
Research briefs
In a new study, data from New York City and the surrounding area was analyzed to understand how severe weather drives power outages and who is most at risk, particularly in urban areas.
Conversation Media Group, the
Update
The April 2024 flooding in many parts of the valley after a short spell of rainy days makes it obvious that Kashmir is extremely unprepared to resist any major flooding event that could recur.
Kashmir Observer

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