The recording is now available for the GI Hub and International Finance Corporation (IFC) webinar ‘Green recovery for cities: What role can the private sector play’, the second in the series New Deals: Funding solutions for the future of infrastructure.
The discussion explored green recovery solutions and highlighted lessons learnt from two projects:
The Belgrade Waste-to-Energy Project is cleaning up one of Europe’s largest uncontrolled landfills and constructing a new, sustainable waste-management complex. It is one of the first large-scale, bankable, private sector waste-to-energy projects in emerging markets.
Despite abundant surface freshwater, only 84% of Brazil’s people have access to potable water, and only 50% have access to sewerage. The Corsan Water Supply, Efficiency, and Resilience Project is leveraging private financing to address losses in water distribution and mitigate climate change risks.
The panel discussion was co-moderated by Mr Henri Blas, Chief Content Officer, GI Hub and Ms Cheryl Edleson Hanway, Regional Industry Senior Manager for Infrastructure, International Finance Corporation.
Thank you to our panellists for session:
Watch the session below, and learn about upcoming sessions in the series.
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