InfraCompass is an interactive tool that looks at the infrastructure capabilities of 49 countries.
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