Infrastructure

Social equality and economic prosperity depend on investments in infrastructure. But even basic services such as electricity, sanitation, and water remain out of reach for billions of people, creating barriers to the industrial and technological progress that drives developing country success. Building sustainable resource value chains will require the freedom to innovate that only robust infrastructure can provide.

UNU's work in cities is helping to ensure that rapid urban expansion can mitigate risks from climate change, and provide safe housing and a secure network of services for all.

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Press Release

UNU-IAS Symposium to Support the Recovery of Noto Peninsula: Building Back Better

UNU-IAS will co-organize a symposium on supporting recovery efforts in Noto Peninsula following the 2024 Noto Earthquake.

08 May 2024

Symposium

Supporting the Recovery of Noto Peninsula: Building Back Better

TOKYO & ONLINE: Bringing together regional and government stakeholders, this event will discuss sustainable and resilient recovery from the 2024 Noto Earthquake.

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