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Key Facts

Building Resilient Infrastructure
America's Current Infrastructure
Recent natural disasters have exposed a critical problem with American infrastructure: it hasn’t been built to be resilient to the natural disasters that we’ll face this century.
Building Resilient Infrastructure
It’s not just existing infrastructure that needs help; new infrastructure should be built to be resilient to future catastrophes as well.
Costly Consequences
Failing to plan for future natural disasters can lead to costly repairs and catastrophic failures.
Future Savings
It may sound expensive, but the return to building resilient infrastructure is positive, saving us many future dollars for every dollar we spend today.