This article examines what trends like slowing globalisation, trade wars, politicisation of trade, and 'friendshoring' mean for infrastructure.
GI Hub’s Sam Barr, explores why the time has come for a long-term approach to investment in health infrastructure.
In the context of the US Inflation Reduction Act, GI Hub’s Director of Knowledge Mobilisation, Sam Barr explores the complexity of intergovernmental coordination and the risks this poses to climate action.
What role should an Infrastructure Commission play in Northern Ireland? Could it help build a pathway to net zero? And what signal would it give to the private sector? GI Hub speaks to Kirsty McManus and Richard Johnson of Northern Ireland's Ministerial Advisory Panel on Infrastructure for answers on these questions and more.
In March 2021, the Global Infrastructure Hub (GI Hub) and Infrastructure Australia hosted the inaugural International Forum of Infrastructure Bodies (I-Bodies). The golden thread running throughout the forum was the pivotal role I-Bodies play in either strategic planning for infrastructure or funding and financing infrastructure in their jurisdictions.
Small, steady and incremental reforms can have a major impact on driving sustainable, resilient and inclusive infrastructure.
Now is the perfect time for countries to improve the way they plan and deliver quality infrastructure, to provide greater security against the next global crisis - find out how InfraCompass is here to help.