Geolocating and undertaking a multi-hazard assessment of more than 30,000 infrastructure assets, the study identifies significant risks across the region with three-quarters of the assets exposed to four or more hazards. It notes that multi-hazard assessment and an understanding of the potential impacts of these hazards need to be systematically integrated into the planning, design, and financing of infrastructure upgrades and maintenance.
- Executive Summary
- Climate Change and Earthquakes in Asia and the Pacific
- Scope, Methodology, and Limitations of Study
- Results and Discussion
- Conclusion and Way Forward
- Appendix: Infrastructure Data Sources