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Resource World Bank

Lifelines: The Resilient Infrastructure Opportunity – Strengthening New Infrastructure Assets A Cost-Benefit Analysis

This supplementary report to the World Banks Lifelines document explores at a deeper level the benefits and costs associated with making infrastructure systems resilient to climate change. It provides broad analysis of thousands of scenarios at a system level to display the benefits of resilience. 

Guidance World Bank

Resilience Rating System : A Methodology for Building and Tracking Resilience to Climate Change

The World Bank has developed a Resilience Rating System that considers both the resilience of infrastructure and the resilience that infrastructure offers to society. The system is designed to enable decision makers to track resilience, identify best practice and assess the benefits. The report provides guidance on how to mitigate risk across different sectoral and country contexts.

Guidance World Bank

Lifelines: The Resilient Infrastructure Opportunity

Building on practical examples and relevant literature, Lifelines provides a framework for assessing and strengthening the resilience of infrastructure to natural shocks. The report offers policy- and decision-makers, as well as other relevant stakeholders, five recommendations and actionable tasks to improve resilience.

Guidance World Bank

The Adaptation Principles: A Guide for Designing Strategies for Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience

The Adaptation Principles, produced for the World Bank, offer guidance on effective climate change adaptation, through effective adaptation strategies at the national level. Using tools and actions to guide the design, implementation and monitoring of strategies, the guide offers insight into needs identification and prioritization.