Infra - structure. The base, the support, the structure that is essential to socio-economic development. The etymology of this word instantly makes us think about what underlies our communal living, about works that enable people’s potential and, in many cases, determine the fate of entire communities, beyond frontiers.
These are the infrastructures that produce renewable water and energy, improve mobility and exchanges, create economies of scale and specialization, and trigger processes of development that, over time, improve the overall capacity of whole systems. The greater the relations developed between interconnected populations, the greater the well-being generated in the areas involved.