Towards Resilient Infrastructure

Series: Virtual Dialogues on Resilient Infrastructure

Towards Resilient Infrastructure

21 October 2020

The inaugural session of the Virtual Dialogues on Resilient Infrastructure introduced the overall series and shared global and regional perspectives on infrastructure resilience. ADB staff, regional experts, and Developing Member Country participants shared concrete examples of approaches and solutions to enhance critical infrastructure's climate and disaster resilience, with opportunities for audience engagement, questions, and panel discussion. ​

This Webinar was part of Season 1 of the Virtual Dialogues on Resilient Infrastructure series.

Program and Learning Materials: 
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
21 Oct 2020 Presentation 1 Emerging Perspectives on Making Infrastructure Resilient
This presentation gives overview on the importance of understanding and communicating current and future risk and uncertainties faced by infrastructure...
Arghya Sinha Roy
21 Oct 2020 Presentation 2 New Zealand Perspective
This presentation shares an overview of the three key elements of infrastructure resilience and the lessons learned from New Zealand.
Dave Brunsdon
21 Oct 2020 Presentation 3 Thailand’s Infrastructure Plans
This presentation gives insights into Land Process/Porous City Network resilient infrastructure plans in Thailand.
Kotchakorn Vorrakhom
21 Oct 2020 Presentation 4 Tonga Power Limited Project
This presentation gives an overview of the TPL project in Tonga and the various benefits or impacts of the project.
Setitaia Pasivaka Chen


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