https://source.asce.org/2021-report-card-for-americas-infrastructure-grades-reveal-widening-investment-gap/). Aviation, drinking water, energy, inland waterways, and ports improved since the last report in 2017; however, bridge grades declined from a grade of C. Recent events such as the Texas freeze, more frequent and damaging storms and fires, and sea level rise highlight the need for more resilient infrastructure. And an emphasis on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues continues to be a priority for some investors and planners.
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