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Robust decarbonisation pathways key to meeting global net zero targets

Atkins director Stuart McLaren explains how their ‘Decarbonomics’ approach to delivering greener buildings for all can help clients on a global scale. The built environment...

Could Africa solve climate change?

At the recent US-Africa Business Summit, the AfDB president called for investment in Africa not to help Africa, but to solve the world’s net zero challenge. So, how crucial could Africa be in tackling climate change?

IDB: $400m for Costa Rica decarbonisation plan

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) teams up with Republic of Korea and France to boost decarbonisation in Costa Rica. 

EBRD approves new strategy for Kazakhstan

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has approved a new strategy for Kazakhstan, setting out the Bank’s priorities in the country for the next five years.

Global infrastructure leaders convene for first time

Sixty of the world’s infrastructure leaders, spanning engineering, technology, finance and owners, met today for the first full meeting of the new Global Leadership Forum to help answer some of the world’s major challenges.

Partnership agreed to develop UK battery storage project

Green Investment Group (GIG) and Bluestone Energy have entered into an agreement to develop up to 2GW of UK battery storage projects.

World Bank: Türkiye set for $146bn in climate savings

New report says Türkiye can reap $146bn over 20 years if it boosts climate resilience and adaptation and mitigates greenhouse gases across its economy.

Going digital, for infrastructure resilience – Greg Bentley

The CEO and chairperson of Bentley systems, writes for Infrastructure Global about the digital momentum created by Covid and the growing real-world impact of achieving new digital twin thresholds.

Industry leaders: “Data and technology is a human issue”

Global experts from across infrastructure and technologies sectors have warned industry not to delay its digital and technological transformation.

IPCC: Exceeding 1.5°C climate rise now seems ‘inevitable’   

Last decade saw the highest ever global greenhouse gas emissions. Radical change now needed to bring global temperatures back down quickly when they rise beyond targeted 1.5°C.
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