The Reference tool is meant to serve as a practical tool to help governments and other stakeholders understand and implement the critical success factors that deliver inclusive infrastructure. The Framework for Inclusive Infrastructure summarises the following six Actions Areas and related practices that ought to be considered for the systematic implementation of inclusivity in infrastructure at the policy and project levels.
The Global Infrastructure Hub (GI Hub) welcomes the G20 Osaka Leaders’ Declaration that was released over the weekend and endorsed the Principles for Quality Infrastructure Investment as the G20’s common strategic direction and high aspiration.
The draft Reference Guide on Output Specifications for Quality Infrastructure is open for public consultation to capture your insights and feedback for the final version.
We asked innovators from all over the world, how can digital ideas be applied to solve economic or social infrastructure issues? Today we’re announcing our Top 10 finalists for InfraChallenge!
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The Output Specifications for Quality Infrastructure Reference Guide, helps governments to operationalise the definition of Quality Infrastructure Investment agreed on by G20 nations.
The Guidance Note, developed by the GI Hub in collaboration with Cambridge Economic Policy Associates Limited (CEPA), identifies lessons learned from various existing NIBs in both emerging markets and high-income countries through 11 case studies which explore different NIBs that have existed from 1945.
In light of the potential for PPPs to contribute to a reduction of the $15 trillion infrastructure investment gap, the Global Infrastructure Hub (GI Hub) revamped its PPP Risk Allocation Tool with its updated PPP Risk Allocation Tool 2019 Edition.
FOR CONSULTATION The draft Guidance Note on National Infrastructure Banks and Similar Financing Facilities is open for public consultation to capture your insights and feedback for the final version.
A new global survey of major international institutional investors has found strong investor demand for infrastructure, including record levels of interest in emerging market infrastructure with 37.5% of all investors now active in these growing markets.
You’re invited to take part in a survey that will help us better understand the infrastructure community’s perceptions of a set of megatrends as they relate to the development of infrastructure to 2050.
Members of the infrastructure community are warmly invited to the launch of InfraChallenge, an innovation competition aiming to accelerate the global infrastructure industry.
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The GI Hub is today launching its new report, Global Infrastructure Outlook, an analysis with Oxford Economics of infrastructure investment needs across 50 countries and 7 sectors to 2040.
World leaders gathering at the UN General Assembly in September 2015 adopted a much-heralded new set of development goals with the worthy aims of lifting communities across the globe out of poverty and improving lives, but 18 months later, new research from the Global Infrastructure Hub has revealed that on current investment trends we will fail, by a wide margin, to meet the electricity and water goals by 2030.
The Global Infrastructure Hub’s Breakfast, in partnership with the World Economic Forum, took place in Washington D.C. yesterday. Infrastructure leaders and professionals