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A GI Hub program that brought together eight multilateral development banks in a partnership to accelerate technology solutions for sustainable roads in emerging markets has been featured in the non-profit, climate-focused publication Grist.
The Global Infrastructure Hub (GI Hub) has formally stepped into the role of Secretariat for the CCRI Legacy Programme.
The GI Hub has today published Infrastructure Monitor 2023. This year’s edition reveals the mixed state of private investment in infrastructure, where positive trends like strong investment, growing use of sustainable finance, and resilient financial performance exist alongside challenges like low levels of capital raised and persistent disparities between high-income countries and other countries.
This week, the GI Hub joined nine other global organisations in issuing a call to action to heads of state, policymakers, and multilateral development bank (MDB) officials to scale up private investment in emerging markets and developing countries (EMDCs) to fight climate change and deliver on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Join us in-person or virtually during COP28 for ‘Revolutionizing Resilience’ to see how innovative funding and financing, technology, and creative thinkers can help us build and adapt infrastructure to handle the challenges of our changing climate.
We recently spoke with the GIIA’s new CEO, Jon Phillips, who shares his priorities, his thoughts on opportunities and challenges facing the infrastructure sector, and how the GIIA is responding.
Sam Barr outlines several opportunities for decisionmakers at COP28 to commit to delivering infrastructure for social equity.
GI Hub is today releasing new analysis of investment data from more than 250 long-term infrastructure plans across 25 G20 economies.
The GI Hub is working with governments and other stakeholders to define transition pathways for infrastructure to meet net zero and sustainable development goals.
This report of the Independent Expert Group (IEG) of the G20 recommends a triple agenda of reforms to multilateral development banks (MDBs).
An summary of the key takeaways of G20 and World Bank-IMF Annual Meetings in Marrakech in October 2023.
The GI Hub’s Rory Linehan has contributed to an article that outlines the potential impacts on infrastructure at this week’s G20 meetings and World Bank and International Monetary Fund Annual Meetings.
The GI Hub collaborated with eight multilateral development banks on a systematic approach to scaling up technology solutions for sustainable roads.
The GI Hub's Director of Knowledge Mobilisation, Sam Barr, has been featured on the Competitive Contractor podcast with host Shivendra Kumar.