Figure : infrastructure-vulnerabilities

Infrastructure and Economic Vulnerabilities

Figure 15.2

Oregon Department of Energy
Lesley Jantarasami

This figure appears in chapter 15 of the Impacts, Risks, and Adaptation in the United States: The Fourth National Climate Assessment, Volume II report.

Communities’ economic potential and livelihoods rely on infrastructure and the essential services it delivers, and many tribes and Indigenous communities already face acute infrastructure challenges that make them highly vulnerable to climate impacts.5b754441-464c-49fd-90e8-c184fc2ba1f5 Indigenous peoples along the coasts and in the islands, the Southwest, and Alaska have experienced the most extensive infrastructure-related impacts thus far (Ch. 8: Coastal; Ch. 20: U.S. Caribbean; Ch. 25: Southwest; Ch. 26: Alaska; Ch. 27: Hawaiʻi & Pacific Islands). Source: USGCRP.

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