This article was produced by The Cornell Program in Infrastructure Policy.
The Cornell Program in Infrastructure Policy provides a forum for experts in physical, social and digital infrastructure to challenge existing ways of doing business, and explore new methods of infrastructure delivery. They are preparing the next generation of infrastructure leaders by assembling thought leaders and sharing their views on infrastructure financing, policy, regulation, permitting, operations and maintenance.
The following is a series of videos created by CPIP in 2022 which highlight expertise on a variety of infrastructure-related subjects. A new series is planned for 2023.
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