Wood in Partnership to study impacts of climate change

Wood has formed a partnership with AIG and the University of Strathclyde’s Institute for Future Cities to help cities and businesses adapt to the impacts of climate change and achieve a successful transition to a low-carbon economy.

As increasing climate risks put mounting pressure on our planet, companies and city leaders need scalable solutions to shift the world to a more resilient path. The partnership between Wood, AIG and the University of Strathclyde under the United Nations SDG 17 will see the three organisations work together to create a roadmap around building more sustainable infrastructure and driving down carbon emissions.

AIG will deliver insurance solutions, risk management expertise, and financial services to insure and fund resilient infrastructure and transformative renewable energy projects.

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will apply their scientific and engineering expertise to design and construct the new and improved infrastructure required to unlock economic growth and protect critical resources.

The University of Strathclyde’s Institute for Future Cities will apply its holistic approaches to resilient and sustainable urban development to create balanced strategies that understand the complexities and differences of cities, including their systems, challenges, and futures.

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