A global infrastructure investment of US$90 trillion will be needed over the next decade to achieve global growth expectations – and success will be contingent upon a shift in the way projects are financed to build resilience to climate change, industry leaders said during an event organised by the Coalition for Climate Resilient Investment (CCRI).
“With the need for systemic resilience to shocks and stresses made clear by the COVID-19 crisis, CCRI brought together over 200 policymakers, scientists and investors and business leaders to discuss challenges and solutions to better integrate physical climate risks in investment decision making,” CCRI said.
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