The Davos Agenda 2021

4 big infrastructure trends to build a sustainable world

The Keilaniemi subway station in Espoo, Finland. 2021 will be big a big year for global infrastructure development. Image: Joakim Honkasalo

Joseph Losavio
Community Specialist, Infrastructure and Development Initiatives, World Economic Forum
Oliver Tsai
Platform Curator, World Economic Forum
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