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Infrastructure 2050: Why the world must come together to solve the global infrastructure challenge

Author: Nick Chism Stephen Beatty Julian Vella
Organisation: KPMG
Publish Date: Nov 2010
Country: Global
Sector: Development
Method: Creative thinking
Theme: Infrastructure
Type: Journal
Language: English
Tags: Infrastructure, Africa, Asia Pacific, North America, Decarbonisation, Sustainability, Developing world, Nuclear energy, Egypt, Transportation, Funding, Water, India, Latin America, Private investments, China, Peru, BRIC countries

In recent years, infrastructure has become a critical issue for governments and businesses worldwide, as developed economies seek to address decades of under-investment, and as high growth economies establish their place in global markets. Over the coming years, it will become an acute issue for all of us, as our collective mindset must change from one based on consumption, to one based on sustainability. Over the coming decades, we will invest in infrastructure on a scale that is unprecedented in history. Decisions taken today are shaping the society of the future. At KPMG, we are privileged to be involved in many of the exciting changes that are happening in every corner of the world, across many sectors, and at various stages of the lifecycle of infrastructure. This magazine seeks to share some of the insights we are gaining in the process. Infrastructure is complex, as well as critical, and the skills to deliver it are, for now, limited. It is essential, therefore, that we all seek to raise awareness and share knowledge of what we are observing globally.
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