Natural hazards have had devastating impacts on economies worldwide, often overburdening infrastructure systems, disrupting supply chains and crippling local communities. Resilient infrastructure is not only critical for peoples’ well-being, quality of life, and economic prospects but also for enhancing economic growth and underpins the achievement of all 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
Disaster and Climate Resilient Infrastructure
Strengthening resilience of infrastructure systems for sustainable development
CDRI is a partnership of national governments, UN agencies, multilateral development banks and financing mechanisms, the private sector, and knowledge institutions that aims to promote the resilience of new and existing infrastructure systems to climate and disaster risks. CDRI functions as an inclusive multi-stakeholder platform where knowledge is generated and exchanged on different aspects of disaster resilience of infrastructure