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Energy CO2 rose less than feared in 2022 says IEA
Risk of runaway emissions growth from shift to coal amid global energy crisis, mitigated by renewables, EVs, heat pumps, efficiency and other factors, reports International Energy Agency.
Gender equality progress is stagnating, says World Bank report
With women still banned from many infrastructure roles, a new World Bank report suggests that progress towards equal treatment has slumped to a 20-year low.
Capacity and renewables drive record years in diverse sectors
Annual reports reveal rising revenues from port operators to data specialists with strong energy transition and capacity investments.
ADB backs Asia’s first cross-border wind energy project
$693m announced for 600MW wind power plant in Sekong and Attapeu provinces in Laos for energy export to Vietnam.
Energy transition investment hits record high of $1.3tn, but more is...
New report from IRENA and CPI warns that far too little investment is finding its way to the global south.
Industry future leaders highlight the ‘darker side’ of project delivery
Industry's future leaders warn that collective and individual responsibility is needed to tackle corruption, modern slavery and other 'difficult' challenges across global infrastructure delivery.
Turkey and Syria earthquakes: Housing worst hit but infrastructure not immune
Turkonfed report outlines gruelling cost of Turkey's earthquakes on housing, transport, electricity and other infrastructure.
Development banks back Alexandria metro upgrade
AIIB, EBRD, EIB and Agence Française de Development will co-finance Alexandria metro upgrade.
Dealing with dilemmas when tackling the disease of corruption
Professor Peter Guthrie writes on the need and opportunity to tackle the root causes of corruption.
Anti-corruption success can bring a huge boost to prosperity
Vice president at US infrastructure consultants RS&H sets out the scale of opportunity for addressing corruption in an economy or an industry.