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Lifeline Infrastructure Hub - A public-private partnership to assist the nation with community resilience and recovery after disasters

Lifeline Infrastructure Hub

Our nation is experiencing an urgent need to better understand and improve aging and unreliable lifeline systems. These systems include water, wastewater, electricity, natural gas, liquid fuels, communications, and multi-modal transportation—highways and roads, rail, airports, and ports and harbors.

Particularly as natural disasters grow more frequent and destructive, lifeline services are critical to protect our communities and essential for disaster recovery.

The NIBS Lifeline Infrastructure Hub aims to help the nation with community resilience and recovery after disasters. Robust partnerships with government, the private sector, and various stakeholders to advance this effort are crucial for our safety and security.

Lifeline Hub process visualization
Serve
SERVE

in a coordinating role to forge and engage public-private partnerships across lifeline sectors for natural hazards, including hurricanes, earthquakes, tsunamis, floods, wildfires and future extreme weather events

Understand
UNDERSTAND

the fundamentals of lifeline infrastructure systems, plus identify gaps and cost-effective ways to mend gaps in lifeline resilience

Prioritize
PRIORITIZE

investments and improvements, in the technical and policy realms, that are most needed for lifeline infrastructure in all communities to improve disaster resilience and modernization

NIBS Lifeline Infrastructure Hub Contacts:
Jiqiu (JQ) Yuan

Jiqiu (JQ) Yuan,
VP of Engineering, NIBS
jyuan@nibs.org

Yumei Wang

Yumei Wang,
Lifeline Infrastructure Special Advisor, NIBS
ywang.ctr@nibs.org

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