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Infrastructure Monitor is the GI Hub's flagship report on the state of investment in infrastructure. The 2021 report examines global private investment in infrastructure projects, infrastructure investment performance, project preparation, ESG factors in infrastructure investment, and COVID-19 impacts.
In this blog, Svetlana and Roberto discuss the major cross-border projects currently being planned and delivered with Russia’s involvement, and the importance of comprehensive quality assessment in delivering these projects. Their discussion practically illustrates several elements of successful cross-border project delivery that are detailed in the GI Hub’s cross-border reference guide, Connectivity Across Border.
The interactive workshop was a lively and comprehensive overview of how the circular economy can be a framework for economic growth solutions and highlighted the roles that governments around the world can play to enable circularity in infrastructure.
With signs of increasing international cooperation on climate change, including the Biden Administration’s commitment to halve America’s net greenhouse gas pollution by 2030, we may finally see new levels of momentum for transnational or cross-border renewable energy projects, which the United Nations has cited as required for the achievement of Sustainable Development Goal 7: Affordable and Clean Energy.
InfraChallenge 2021 invited ideas for building and maintaining better, more resilient infrastructure. Discover who made the Top 20.
The urgent need for resilient infrastructure is widely acknowledged as pressure mounts on governments around the world to drive a post-pandemic recovery that embodies the promise of ‘building back better.’ Today, we look at what the pandemic has shown us about resilience in infrastructure and what resilient infrastructure might look like in the future.
The G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors (FMCBGs) met yesterday and issued a Communiqué outlining their collective commitments and priorities. The Communiqué cites several GI Hub tools that will help G20 countries and others harness the transformative potential of infrastructure and attract private investment in infrastructure.
This week the Global Infrastructure Hub in partnership with Infrastructure Australia hosted the first meeting of our international forum of infrastructure bodies. The forum is a small group dedicated to sharing best practice amongst organisations in G20 and other countries that undertake independent, long-term infrastructure planning in their jurisdictions. The purpose of the forum is to create a platform where I-Bodies from across the world can meet and exchange ideas, experiences and learnings.
Last week Maud de Vautibault, Director of Practical Tools and Knowledge at the Global Infrastructure Hub participated in a roundtable discussion with the World Association of PPP Units and Professionals (WAPPP)
Global Infrastructure Hub recently hosted a presentation and panel discussion of Connectivity across Borders, our latest reference guide, which presents global practices for the successful delivery of infrastructure that crosses national borders.
David Baxter discusses how climate change and COVID-19 reveals an urgent need for resilient infrastructure.
Discover how you can get involved with InfraChallenge 2021, applications close 12 March.
The Global Infrastructure Hub (GI Hub) strives to be an organisation where the different backgrounds and perspectives of our people contribute to diversity of thought and approach, enabling us to better live our values and achieve our mission. This diversity includes gender diversity with an awareness of our particular ability to bring attention to the need for gender equality and inclusion in infrastructure.
A recent webinar co-hosted by Jacobs and the Global Infrastructure Hub focused on turning inclusivity frameworks into practical results in infrastructure planning and delivery.
Cross-border infrastructure is essential for connectivity. The GI Hub has created a reference guide that presents key learnings and global practices for successful cross-border projects, drawing from a comprehensive literature review, analysis of case studies and the input of international experts in cross-border projects.
The future of infrastructure mega-projects was explored recently by an international panel of experts in a webinar co-hosted by the Columbia University School of Professional Studies and Global Infrastructure Hub. The event took place as the global community begins looking towards a period of post-pandemic recovery and what the future of infrastructure may look like.
InfraChallenge is looking for practical and scalable tech-based ideas for building and maintaining better, more resilient infrastructure.