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.
Open data is another aspect of digitalisation that is gaining traction. This blog explores the importance of open data to infrastructure delivery and offers some practical steps for decisionmakers in the public and private sector to implement and utilise open data.
Inflation continues to soar globally, the IMF forecasts inflation will rise from 4.7 percent in 2021 to 8.8 percent in 2022. In India, wholesale inflation has remained in double digits for more than a year. The IMF now expects global growth to slow from 6.0 percent in 2021 to 3.2 percent in 2022 and 2.7 percent in 2023.
Infrastructure is key to achieving fair and sustainable economic growth and climate targets. Three trends to stimulate the private sector to fund the large-scale change to enable infrastructure to reach its climate and development potential
Nicholas Yandle, Head of Programmes - Project Futures, UK IPA shares insights on their recent Roadmap, exploring ways to achieve digitalisation, standardised approaches and carbon emissions reductions when it comes to infrastructure delivery.
Private investment in infrastructure remained stagnant for the eighth year in a row. Three trends to inform future policies to fund the significant shift to enable infrastructure to reach climate targets and address global inequalities.
The last decade has seen a growing investor appetite toward sustainable infrastructure investments. However, there are challenges to accelerating these investments at the speed and scale needed. In this article we explore two projects - the Tibar Bay Port in Timor-Leste and the Clean Ganga Program in India - that illustrate how these challenges can be overcome.
The GI Hub recently hosted a webinar that provided participants with a data-informed understanding of the state of infrastructure investment. In this article we present the main takeaways from the event.
Integrating ESG into infrastructure decisions requires a systematic and verifiable governance (implementation) approach of a projects ability to reduce environmental and social risk alongside long-term value for investors