Infrastructure

This is what emerging technologies mean for the future of infrastructure

From the growth in renewable energy to a pandemic downturn in transport, infrastructure investment must adapt to a rapidly changing world Image: REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Blair Chalmers

Director, Marsh & McLennan Advantage

Lawrence Slade

CEO, Global Infrastructure Investor Association

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