Closing the sustainable infrastructure investment gap to achieve net zero
Location: The Glasgow Breakout Room, the Climate Action Arena, Madinat Jumeirah Conference Centre, Dubai
The demand for sustainable infrastructure is on the rise, and it is becoming increasingly complex as the world transitions to a low-carbon future. However, governmental decarbonization policies are falling short of the required investment by $64 trillion out of the $139 trillion needed by 2050 to achieve net zero, according to analysis by the Federation of International Consulting Engineers (FIDIC) and EY.
COP28 is a crucial moment for the global infrastructure community as the UN brings together world and business leaders for the first-ever global stocktake. Achieving decarbonization goals requires the right levels of innovation and investment in the right places, and everyone, including governments, industry, and investors, has a role to play in achieving this goal.
Join the roundtable to explore how governments and the investor community can drive innovation and rapidly unlock and mobilize additional capital.