Critical infrastructure

Critical infrastructure

Communications systems and networks, health facilities, emergency evacuation shelters, elements of transportation systems, waste disposal, water supplies.

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2021
This paper’s objective is to inform practitioners of Building with Nature about the concepts of uncertainty and how to use this as a strength in the dialogue to come to sustainable solutions for coping with future global change related uncertainties.
EcoShape
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2021
This study attempted to explore the role of frequency modulation (FM) radio stations working in the earthquake hit areas in Pakistan.
Jàmbá Journal of Disaster Risk Studies
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2021
This paper focuses on the damage assessment of transportation infrastructure during the recent cyclones and floods in Odisha state in India, and recommends possible measures for the design of cyclone- and flood-resilient road infrastructure.
Institution of Civil Engineers
Construction of a mass train line
Ensuring reliable, sustainable, and resilient critical infrastructure is a core part of national economic security and climate change adaptation and resilience.
World Bank, the
Cyclone Gita
25 November 2021
Tropical Cyclone (TC) Gita formed in early February 2018 and developed into a category 4 cyclone, affecting multiple countries in the Pacific region. Tonga was hardest-hit, incurring severe damage.
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2021
The Philippines’ location on the “Pacific Ring of Fire” and along the Pacific typhoon belt mean that the country experiences many forms of natural disasters such as typhoons, earthquakes, floods, volcanic eruptions, landslides, and fires
Center for Excellence in Disaster Management & Humanitarian Assistance
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This paper focuses on the need to incorporate physical climate risks in infrastructure design and investment decision-making.
Coalition for Climate Resilient Investment
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2021
This paper determines the vehicle instability risk in stream crossings. Floods negatively affect roads, vehicles and transport systems in general. The impact on these systems leads to a cascasing effect with significant repercussions. Due to this, the evaluation of the instability risk to which the vehicles are subjected in stream crossing is necessary.
Journal of Flood Risk Management (Wiley)