A new report highlights the pivotal roles of finance, low-carbon technology and policy in the green investment of Belt and Road Initiative infrastructure.
Buildings are responsible for roughly 40% of emissions globally when considering building materials and operating emissions. Does that make them a priority?
Indonesia's capital has just been relocated from Jakarta to a site within the jungle of Kalimantan on Borneo island after parliament approved the bill.
After a 2005 earthquake, homes were rebuilt in Pakistan using an ancient local technique. Existing houses built using this technique had suffered minimal damage.
100 3D-printed homes will be created by construction companies BIG and ICON, forming a neighbourhood in Austin, Texas. Work is scheduled to start in 2022.
$1 trillion in federal spending has been promised in America's largest infrastructure bill in decades, prioritizing public transport and mitigating climate change.
Klaus Hans Jacob, a geophysicist and flood expert, explains the flood risk to underground transportation systems and what planners and engineers can do.
Vital infrastructure is often built on existing settlements in cities, but how can we safeguard against key environmental, social and livelihood issues?
OPay broke investment and valuation records for start-ups in Africa, following investment from SoftBank, with Sequoia Capital China, and five other firms participating.
The pandemic has reduced foreign direct investment flows to African economies. Support is needed to help with investment promotion and facilitation.
New IMF research shows the potential of public infrastructure spending to create jobs and how the impact varies in different country income groups.
There is debate on infrastructure investment as a means of sustained growth, but returns are realized over long time periods and promise to improve quality of life for all citizens.