This course will provide an overview of infrastructure sustainable finance and resilience investing with particular attention to projects and assets in the road sector. Global markets are currently evolving in response to consumer demand for better environmental and social governance, as well as proactively responding to climate change and decarbonization as addressed in the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Recognizing the need to improve the management of transport assets and to plan for growing risks, in the face of a changing climate, the World Bank partnered with IRF to develop a freely accessible, self-paced online training program which provides strategic, experiential, and practical knowledge on how to integrate climate and disaster risk considerations in the management of transport assets specially adapted to the needs of Small Island Developing States.

The 18th IRF World Meeting aspires to be a global summit & technology showcase that is both uniquely relevant to a wide cross-section of road mobility stakeholders, and focused on delivering solutions to the world's pressing mobility questions.

This on-line training course is designed to provide a methodical overview of climate change mitigation strategies and emergency response management.

This on-line training course is designed to provide a methodical overview of climate change mitigation strategies and emergency response management. Participants will be guided through various processes aimed at conducting thorough risk preparedness assessments and the associated remedial measures.

This certified training course is designed to provide a methodical overview of climate change mitigation strategies and emergency response management. Participants will be guided through various processes aimed at conducting thorough risk preparedness assessments and the associated remedial measures. Throughout the course, the issue of successful engagement with impacted residents will be addressed.

Now in its seventh edition, IRF’s flagship event confirmed its status as an essential gathering point for the region’s top transportation decision-makers and professionals, combining regional case studies and international insights.

IRF held a practitioner-driven seminar on "Road System Resilience to Climate Change & Extreme Weather Events" in Goyang, Korea, on November 15-17, 2017.

Topics covered include: Climate Challenges and Impact on Pavements: Dr. Kamil Kaloush; New Nanotechnology for Climate-Resilient Flexible Pavements: Dr. Ajay Ranka; and Design for Next Generation Climate-resilient Pavements: Vivek Kane. A question and answer session will follow the presentations.

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