As new roads are constructed, so does the number of cars. Cities have expanded as new road networks begin to appear. Click link to read more!
Ports around the world are vulnerable to extreme events because, by nature, port infrastructure is exposed to multiple elements.
An article in the Asia Pacific Infrastructure magazine August-September issue features a plastic road, made from 70% recycled plastics.
A new study finds that increasing temperatures, during the hottest and sunniest periods, asphalt releases hazardous air pollutants.
Asset managers need to include low carbon options, and carbon neutrality in the renewal, upgrading, and maintenance plans of infrastructure.
These seven strategies for climate-resilient infrastructure were extracted from the work of leaders from across many sectors and disciplines.
Using flexible infrastructure planning, developing countries like Kenya can adapt their infrastructures to climate change as one study shows.
The European Climate Adaptation Platform has published a report that highlights 10 case studies on how Europe is adapting to climate change.
Findings show that effective flood management strategies must consider sea-level induced flooding and urban infrastructure failure.
A new study reveals that maintenance of roads and highways can reduce greenhouse gas emission by 2%; a good climate change mitigation action.