A vision for the future
In the streets, at the ballot boxes and on social media, people are making their opinions heard. And that is driving significant risk and massive opportunity for governments, businesses and infrastructure players. Governments, investors, developers and operators will need to move quickly to respond and reform. New listening skills will be critical and new ideas will be required.
Are you ready to navigate the trends of 2020? In this year’s edition of Emerging Trends in Infrastructure, KPMG’s global network of infrastructure professionals pinpoint the big issues that will influence infrastructure in the year ahead. And they share their predictions on how infrastructure players and markets will respond.
Trend 1: Society finds its voice
From coordinated climate actions to protest marches, the world is reverberating with demand for change.
Trend 2: Putting infrastructure resilience and safety first
In a rapidly-evolving risk environment, the public’s awareness and interest have never been so high.