Climate change

It is estimated that by 2050 our plant will be home to more than 10 billion people, so at ICA we seek to develop sustainable infrastructure capable of supplying energy, water, food, transportation and other services to the cities of the future. In the short term, the World Economic Forum identifies water scarcity as one of greatest global risks, along inequality in income, mitigating and adapting to climate change, the increasing frequency of extreme weather events, and the food crisis, which could result in political and social instability.

Aware these trends, in April 2014, ICA conducted an analysis of risks derived from climate change in which three main risks are identified and opportunities for each of them where proposed: risk from mudslides and torrential rains to infrastructure; lack of regulation; and impact of evaporation on the quality of.