Green New Deals

3 key enablers that support green investment in Belt and Road infrastructure

Emerging market and developing economies will require huge green investment in renewables. Image: Freepik.

Antonia Gawel

Head, Climate; Deputy Head, Centre for Nature & Climate Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum

Sha Song

Specialist, China Partnerships, Global Centre for Public Goods, World Economic Forum Beijing

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Infrastructure financing ecosystem. Source: World Economic Forum and PwC.

Global weighted-average LCOE for wind and solar. Source: World Economic Forum and PwC.

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