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AIIB issues first climate adaptation bond

New five-year bond raises AUD500m for projects with a significant climate-resilience and adaptive infrastructure aspect. 

ADB president demands regional cooperation on climate change and other challenges

Overlapping regions facing major climate impacts along with food and fuel insecurity and supply chain disruptions. 

Exploring the diverse contract solutions for projects facing high inflation and spiraling costs

Construction Law experts across Europe, the Middle East and Africa have discussed how industry is adapting to high inflation and significant supply challenges through their contractual, legal and other remedies.

US political leaders must support policies to boost engineering

ACEC marks one-year anniversary of landmark US Infrastructure Act with a plea to Washington politicians.

UNIDO publishes mini-grid development guide for policymakers 

Guide aims to boost understanding of small-scale networks but warns that risk mitigation is important. The UN Industrial Development Organisation has launched its Clean Energy...

OPEC Fund supports Panama efforts to address climate change with $120m loan

Development Bank of Latin America and OPEC Fund partner to help accelerate Panama’s transition towards inclusive, sustainable, low carbon and climate resilient development.
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