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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.
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 Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) platform takes a holistic approach to financing support for the development and deployment of technology for infrastructure projects. This support is in the form of knowledge, networks, capital, innovation services and regulatory dialogue with members, investment leads, and clients.
AreA is a platform designed to change the way renewable energy is procured in developing countries, created by Greenmap , a non-profit organisation aimed at scaling up cheaper and faster renewable energy deployment in emerging economies
Future Grid is adapting electricity distribution networks for cleaner, greener energy by cleansing network data to improve GIS topology, reacting to network capacity constraints in real time, managing voltage and power quality issues, and detecting and managing the impacts of EVs and Solar PV
The Colouring Cities Research Programme (CCRP) is developing a model for open data platforms that uses an open-source code for easy-to-set-up-and-run platforms (managed by academia) that enable access to the highest quality, comprehensive national building footprint data available
The Trial Reservoir approach to technology trials has universal potential globally to increase and accelerate uptake of clean technologies. While this approach to trial funding has not yet been replicated, Isle Utilities are in advanced talks with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) regarding a Latin American-specific project, funded by the IDB.
The G20/GI Hub Framework on How to Best Leverage Private Sector Participation to Scale Up Sustainable Infrastructure, which sets out opportunity areas and actions for the G20 to enable the private sector to scale up its investments in sustainable infrastructure.
‘Revitalising infrastructure investment’ was a focus at the recent G20 FMCBG meeting, and GI Hub-led work on sustainable investment and public infrastructure spending was endorsed.
In the context of the US Inflation Reduction Act, GI Hub’s Director of Knowledge Mobilisation, Sam Barr explores the complexity of intergovernmental coordination and the risks this poses to climate action.
In 2021, the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors asked the G20's Sustainable Finance Working Group (SFWG) to develop a multi-year G20 Sustainable Finance Roadmap identifying the G20’s sustainable finance priorities, and to work on specific priority areas. This report characterises challenges, reviews existing practices, and proposes a set of recommendations to progress in the priority areas.
This paper from EDHECinfra explores how institutional investors should incorporate ESG elements into the financial management of their portfolios.
This report leverages the experience of NGFS members and observers, as well as a survey of 25 central banks and 24 financial supervisors, to examine key challenges related to market transparency in green finance - particularly with regard to taxonomies; green external review and assessment; and climate transition metrics, frameworks, and market products. It also aims to inform a broad dialogue with market participants to find potential solutions to policy challenges.
Deloitte's Analytics Institute published this analysis of how new technology and data analytics can be used for predictive maintenance.
The LTIIA's report on Climate-Resilient Infrastructure: How to scale up private investment examines the current state of climate-resilient infrastructure investment and brings forward recommendations and proposals.
Inflation continues to soar globally, the IMF forecasts inflation will rise from 4.7 percent in 2021 to 8.8 percent in 2022. In India, wholesale inflation has remained in double digits for more than a year. The IMF now expects global growth to slow from 6.0 percent in 2021 to 3.2 percent in 2022 and 2.7 percent in 2023.
Private investment in infrastructure remained stagnant for the eighth year in a row. Three trends to inform future policies to fund the significant shift to enable infrastructure to reach climate targets and address global inequalities.