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World Maritime News: Transport infrastructure should brace for climate change

Impacts of climate change — including more intense droughts and floods, heat waves, thawing permafrost, and sea-level rise — could damage transport infrastructure such as roads, railways, and ports, requiring extensive adaptation and changes to route planning in some regions, according to the findings of a new report published jointly by BSR and the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership and Cambridge Judge Business School.

The climate risks facing the transport sector are outlined in a new report from the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership, Cambridge Judge Business School and Business for Social Responsibility (BSR).

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