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World Bank: $30m investment in Marshall Island climate resilience
New project will improve climate resilience and safety of densely populated urban areas amid severe risks from climate change.
ADB plans $18bn of policy-based lending
Asian Development Bank has raised its lending limit for 2022-2024 to $18bn as it responds to global crisis and climate change.
EBRD funds Poland’s biggest solar PV plant
As Poland faces Russian moves to cut off gas over the country's support for Ukraine, the need to strengthen Poland’s energy security is acute.
V20 Seeks fit-for-all climate funding
Finance ministers from the V20 Group of climate vulnerable nations have called for improvements to the global financial system.
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.
Mike Haigh: “Infrastructure must redefine value”
As sustainability reshapes infrastructure from all directions, we talk with Mott MacDonald group executive chair, Mike Haigh (MH), about how industry can respond right.
“Infrastructure investment can be de-risked” – Dr Nelson Ogunshakin OBE
As the FIDIC CEO brings industries together in a new Global Leadership Forum, we ask about one of the most pressing challenges they face: turning climate ambitions into infrastructure outcomes.
Carbon Trust certifies Mott MacDonald as net zero
Mott MacDonald has been certified carbon neutral for the second year running – this year including the contracting parts of the group, such as JN Bentley.
IDB approves $74m loan for Peru storm drainage
Storm drainage services to be enhanced across more than 30,000 homes in the districts of Puerto Maldonado and El Triunfo.
Davos: A need for debt relief and new economics
Day five of Davos saw concerns raised about economic coercion, mounting debt in developing nations, and a return to talk of a different type of capitalism.