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Watch the GI Hub and Jacobs webinar ‘Global practices and insights for improving infrastructure delivery models.’ The discussion explored GI Hub's new initiative Improving Delivery Models and highlighted lessons learnt by stakeholders behind the Grand Paris Express, Sydney Metro and Toronto Metrolinx projects.
Cities are at the forefront of the pandemic crisis and are key players in the fight to achieve net-zero emissions targets. The recovery choices they make today will set urban agendas for years to come.
Cities are at the forefront of the pandemic crisis and are key players in the fight to achieve net-zero emissions targets, but they lack funding for essential services and infrastructure. Examples from recent projects demonstrate ways to increase support from private investors.
Pre-COVID-19, two Sao Paulo metro lines carried 1 million passengers daily. A demand sharing mechanism encouraged private sector investment in the concession contract.
Coastline traffic in the State of São Paulo, Brazil, has overwhelmed road capacity. Three highway concession contracts were introduced, using a demand risk sharing mechanism and dynamic user fee model to attract private sector participation.
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.
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.
Uganda is targeting a 22% emissions reduction from a business-as-usual scenario by 2030.
Uganda is targeting a 22% emissions reduction from a business-as-usual scenario by 2030. A run-of-river hydropower station project lowered energy costs and reduced greenhouse gas emissions.
To increase its global competitiveness, Brazil created an ambitious strategy to attract more private investment in its infrastructure. A partnership with the Global Infrastructure Hub helped Brazil implement and realise this strategy.
Brazil is positioned to attract more private sector investment into infrastructure and to bring further bankable projects to market following an 18-month engagement program between the Global Infrastructure Hub (GI Hub) and the Brazilian Government.
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)
Africa’s unmet infrastructure need is estimated at nearly $3 trillion by 2040, a new training program aims to drive investment to help close Africa’s infrastructure gap.
Bridging the US$15 trillion infrastructure gap has become crucial given the economic impact of COVID-19. GI Hub's Strategic Advisers deep-dive into a way forward to attract private capital.
The N4 Toll Route is a brownfield toll road concession of 630 kilometres running from Pretoria, South Africa?s administrative capital, to Maputo, the capital of Mozambique and a deep-sea port on the Indian Ocean.
The Channel Tunnel is a roughly 50 kilometre-long rail tunnel linking Folkestone, Kent, in England, with Coquelles, Pas-de-Calais, near Calais in northern France, beneath the English Channel at the Strait of Dover.
The Coral Sea Cable System (CS2) is a 4700 kilometre-long fibre optic submarine telecommunications cable that links both Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands to the major East Coast Internet Hub in Sydney, Australia.