Global Infrastructure Initiative

The Global Infrastructure Initiative (GII) is a community of the world’s senior leaders, committed to the pursuit of smart, resilient, and future-ready infrastructure.

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Sustainable infrastructure: The best ideas from the 2022 GII Summit

– Industry leaders gathered in Tokyo for the eighth Global Infrastructure Initiative Summit. Here are some of the best ideas across... the energy transition, digital and analytics, workforce development, and more.
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Washington, DC 2022: Creating the capacity to deliver infrastructure

– Funding and demand for infrastructure continues to increase but delivering projects is increasingly difficult.

Decarbonizing the built environment

– In this issue of Voices, leaders offer perspectives about how best to decarbonize our built environment and erect a sustainable... future.

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Voices on Infrastructure


Decarbonizing the built environment

– In this issue of Voices, leaders offer perspectives about how best to decarbonize our built environment and erect a sustainable future.

Reducing embodied carbon in new construction

– Three-quarters of the $9.2 trillion in infrastructure spending needed per year until 2050 will go toward new construction—offering... opportunities to fight climate change by reducing embodied emissions.

The art of the possible: An interview with leaders from Scottish Water

– Many organizations have made decarbonization commitments, but meeting those goals is a different story. Gordon Reid and Mark Williams... from Scottish Water share their insights.

On the path to net-zero steel in building and construction

– Rising demand for greener approaches creates an imperative for the industry to seize the moment, adopt new mindsets, and set standards... for the transition to a greener future.

Investing in pathways to decarbonize infrastructure

– The net-zero transition requires a deep understanding of emissions drivers by asset class, opportunities specific to each asset,... and the development and rigid execution of decarbonization options.

Preparing for tomorrow: An interview with Tariq Taherbhai

– As economies, climate, and technologies change, so does the construction industry. Tariq Taherbhai of Aon explains today’s... most pressing risks.

Doing good demands doing better: Delivering net-zero capital projects

– A net-zero project management framework aligns project performance with current trends in asset valuation and energy transition... goals.

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Our eighth GII Summit took place in Tokyo from October 19-21, 2022, and focused on creating the pathway to sustainable infrastructure..

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