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How sustainable infrastructure can help us fight climate change

Hurricane Maria damaged the roofs of an estimated 90% of buildings in Dominica in 2017, leaving thousands homeless Image: REUTERS

Amal-Lee Amin

Chief of the Climate Change Division, Inter-American Development Bank

Graham Watkins

Principal Environmental Specialist, Inter-American Development Bank

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