In order to create a sustainable and successful settlement, a vast array of infrastructures must be put in place. From roads to waste management systems, what is required for a settlement to thrive?
- Infrastructures are the basic physical and organisational structures needed for the successful operation of society.
- In the developing world, over 1.5 million children die each year from diseases caused by contaminated food, drinking water and inadequate waste management.
- A sustainable society is one with infrastructure that provides for everyone without exhausting resources.
- With the depletion of resources, infrastructures must be devised which control consumption without jeopardising future settlements.
Today, we are better connected than ever – with better transport systems, faster internet, and incredible mobile phone technology.
In order to be a safe, successful and happy community, we need these methods of connectivity – along with many more infrastructures we take for granted, such as power grids, law enforcement …
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