CSI'S GROUND BREAKING REPORTS

Working with top visionaries, leaders and experts,

CSI is creating a series of reports focused on rethinking

what's needed by 2040 for Northwest  infrastructure systems.  

 

Never has it been more important to invest limited infrastructure dollars with long-range foresight. The fundamental premise of the Five Big Goals by 2040 Report Series is that, in a world of rapid change and growing challenges, we can no longer afford to simply replicate old infrastructure investment models. Innovation is required.

 

The series taps the region’s leading infrastructure thinkers and innovators to broadly reimagine infrastructure systems, synthesizing their insights to provide guidance and inspiration for infrastructure decision-makers. Reports are refined through review by high-level teams of experienced leaders and broadly shared through media and policy engagement campaigns.

INAUGURAL

Infrastructure Crisis, Sustainable Solutions distills the themes and insights from interviews of 70 top infrastructure innovators and provides inspiration and guidance to future infrastructure leaders.

ENERGY

Rewiring the Northwest’s Energy Infrastructure paints a picture of an integrated energy system in the Pacific Northwest that by 2040 is among the most sustainable and resilient in the world, and is affordable to the people, businesses, and institutions who pay for it.

WATER

A Northwest Vision for 2040 Water Infrastructure shows how the Pacific Northwest can affordably develop integrated systems to supply, purify, and manage water that will be among the most sustainable and resilient in the world.

WASTE

The Center for Sustainable Infrastructure's 2040 waste and recycling report is yet to be titled and is set to be released in the Spring of 2020.

For more information

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Olympia, WA 98501

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