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Technological innovation could fill 60% of the infrastructure investment gap, but first we need to address the barriers to financing. On 17 November 2021, the GI Hub is hosting Financing InfraTech for the Climate Transition to explore solutions to galvanise infrastructure technology adoption at scale.
Join the GI Hub and IFC for Session 3 in the webinar series 'New Deals: Funding solutions for the future of infrastructure'. This session will include an expert panel discussion of innovations for de-risking greenfield investment.
How can we drive infrastructure delivery reforms? Join GI Hub and Jacobs on 26 October for the launch webinar of our newest initiative, Improving Delivery Models.
The recording is now available for the GI Hub and Italian G20 Presidency’s InfraChallenge 2021 Final which was held over two-days on 15 and 16 September 2021
What role can the private sector play in a green transition? How is green financing implemented, and what are the current green financing trends? These are a few of the key questions that will be explored in this GI Hub and IFC webinar.
AI-enabled cameras detect road hazards in real time, enabling faster and securer maintenance for safer roads. Winning InfraChallenge will assist Canadian start-up IRIS to scale globally and reach emerging countries.
This GI Hub and IFC webinar discussed approaches to attracting institutional investors and mobilising capital markets, highlighting solutions and lessons learnt from two recent projects.
Join the GI Hub and G20 Italian Presidency for the two-day InfraChallenge 2021 final, featuring sessions with expert guest speakers exploring technological innovations and their role in creating resilient infrastructure, and the final of the InfraChallenge competition with live announcement of the 2021 winner.
On 3 June, the Italian G20 Presidency in collaboration with the OECD and D20 Long-Term Investor Club, hosted an Infrastructure Investors Dialogue: Financing Sustainable Infrastructure for Recovery. The objective of the dialogue was to leverage ongoing efforts to advance collaboration between the public and private sectors, with a particular focus on unlocking further investment and sustainability. A range of leading experts joined and contributed to the session including Global Infrastructure Hub CEO Marie Lam-Frendo.
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.
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.
Discover how you can get involved with InfraChallenge 2021, applications close 12 March.
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.
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.