IDB holds a round table discussion on Sustainable Infrastructure


The Latin American and Caribbean region is experiencing a period of rapid urbanization, applying pressure to the region’s infrastructure – the buildings, roads and services necessary for modern society to operate smoothly. To help address these challenges, the Inter-American Development Bank has approved a new infrastructure strategy. Aligned with the strategy, they are developing a publication on approaches to
Sustainable Infrastructure.

As part of the process of developing the publication, IDB held a round table discussion on Sustainable Infrastructure at the Bank headquarters on March 19th, 2014. The purpose of the roundtable was to exchange ideas and perspectives and explore understanding of the enabling conditions that support the successful implementation of sustainable infrastructure projects in Latin America and the Caribbean.

ESG’s Led Specialist Graham Watkins has published a post in the Bank’s “Let’s Talk Climate Change” blog, highlighting the roundtable discussion. Read the post here.

Apr 3 2014 Zofnass Program

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