We are excited to announce a call for contributions to our second issue of the Climate Resilient Infrastructure report. Issue 1, launched earlier this year, had a focus on implementation and featured case studies from across the globe.
Issue 2 will take a closer look at the relationship between infrastructure and nature, and will look to highlight projects that incorporate nature in their design, processes, or materials, or that positively impact natural systems.
Featured case studies should elevate the agenda for resilience and adaptation across all infrastructure sectors, and showcase best-practice examples of infrastructure that incorporate, complement, and enhance natural systems.
We are seeking case studies from a range of sectors and a variety of geographies. Preference will be given to projects that have been built after September 2021, or that have started construction since September 2021, however, other projects will also be considered. Projects that fulfil the above timeline requirement would also be eligible for the Race to Resilience campaign and could be considered a contributor to the campaign through resilience outcomes.
Your submission will be considered for inclusion in the CRI Report Issue 2 that will be launched at COP28. Multiple submissions from the same organisation are allowed but a different form needs to be completed for each case study.
If you are interested in submitting a case study, please complete this short form by 30 September.