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Across the globe, rapid population growth, rising levels of urbanisation and growing climate risks are putting built and natural environments under more pressure than ever before.

These challenges are creating a pressing need for new and improved infrastructure, cleaner industries, adaptive environments and improved access to critical services including water, power and waste sanitation.

At Wood, we are unlocking solutions to meet these challenges head on and build greater levels of sustainability and resilience in the cities and communities where we live, work or visit.

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Get in touch
Ann Rosenberg
Senior Vice President for Sustainability Solutions
Lytle Troutt
President, Resilient Environments at Wood
Peter Hall
Global Director – Sustainable & Resilient Infrastructure