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After seven weeks of intensive training on infrastructure project finance and delivery, the third cohort of the Africa Infrastructure Fellowship Program graduated last month.
The current energy crisis underscores the urgency to scale up green infrastructure investment.
In 2021, global green private investment in infrastructure projects in primary markets rose to a record-high share of 60%, but this trend needs to accelerate and expand beyond renewables to meet climate goals.
This week, the G20 Heads of State and Government Summit was held in Bali, Indonesia. The Summit had the world’s attention, as we looked to G20 Leaders to tackle the multiple challenges of the war in Ukraine, increasing inflation and the global economic slowdown, and climate change.
GI Hub’s Sam Barr, explores why the time has come for a long-term approach to investment in health infrastructure.
This is a testament to multilateralism, even in challenging times
The Global Infrastructure Hub welcomes yesterday’s launch of the G20’s Pandemic Fund to address pandemic prevention, preparedness, and response, particularly in vulnerable countries.
The G20’s Pandemic Fund will help ensure sufficient, long-term, and better coordinated financing for pandemic prevention, preparedness, and response, and strengthen the capacity of low- and middle-income countries’ health systems.
At COP27 this week, GI Hub CEO, Marie Lam-Frendo moderated a panel session on Accelerating, Targeting, and Blending Sustainable Investment at the Sustainable Markets Initiative Terra Carta Action Forum.
Green investment in infrastructure outside of renewables is limited. While renewables represent almost 90% of total green private investments in infrastructure projects, green investment in other sectors only represent 14%.
During COP27, our guest authors from WAPPP, CPCS Transcom Ltd and Princeton University explore recommendations for integrating and mainstreaming three climate-related risks.
The GI Hub’s CEO Marie Lam-Frendo and Director of Engagement, Rory are on the ground at COP27, read about their week ahead.
SIFP equips senior leaders in emerging markets with the skills to increase private investment in sustainable infrastructure.
This report on Infrastructure Transition Pathways, prepared for the G20, examines what governments are doing to incorporate infrastructure transition pathways into their infrastructure plans.
The Global BIM Network collaborates to co-develop and host an online, open-access knowledge base of resources from governments and organisations championing BIM in public sector construction and infrastructure projects.
The UK has developed a government-led program that works with academia and industry to support and promote increasingly sophisticated digitalisation, digital modelling, and information management and sharing, supporting the optimisation of the built environment across its lifecycle and ensuring this is done in a way that maintains safety, security, and resilience.