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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.

“Highlight the business and national opportunities from addressing climate change” – Marco Caponigro

We talk hydrogen, renewables and transforming regulatory and financial systems to overcome climate change, with the sustainable energy project director at intec.
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98MW Ukraine wind project achieves financial close

Mott MacDonald is technical advisor on largest wind farm in Ukraine. Phase 1 of the Zaporizhia wind project in Ukraine has successfully reached financial close....

Will 2024 be the great year of worry?

What are the key risks facing the world in 2024? Clare B Marshall takes a look at recent reports which highlight issues of concern to businesses, governments and other stakeholders as they make their plans for the next 12 months.
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New book celebrates 110 years of FIDIC

A new publication, Engineering the Future: 110 Years of FIDIC, marks a significant anniversary for the international engineering federation.

Five options unveiled for second Auckland harbour crossing

Public feedback sought on ‘scenarios’ for second Auckland harbour crossing which could cost up to €14.3bn.

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