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How to build climate resilience into the construction industry

Infrastructure is on the frontlines of the climate crisis. Building climate resilience into the construction industry could save lives and reduce building costs for countries around the world. Image: Unsplash / @kellysikkema

Ommid Saberi

Senior Industry Specialist - Global lead for Building Resilience Index programme, IFC, World Bank Group

Naz Beykan

Climate Resilience Consultant, IFC

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Building sector emissions and resilience cycle (a: emissions including embodied carbon; b:includes data from all natural disasters) Image: Ommid Saberi, Naz Beykan, IFC; Data from IFC, MunichRE and National Institute of Building Science

Ommid Saberi. Naz Baykan, IFC
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