Posts tagged with 'Finance'
Busy Road in Jaipur, India. Photo by EMBARQ / Flickr
Financing: The Next Step in Facilitating Transit-Oriented Development in India
India’s urban population is expected to reach 600 million by 2031. Providing infrastructure to accommodate this growth will be a huge task. The Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD) is encouraging Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) as one of its strategies for sustainable urban growth. There ...
Bus rapid transit in Florianópolis, Brazil. Photo by Dylan Passmore / Flickr
Development Finance Institutions Have a Role to Play in Creating Sustainable Cities
By 2050, nearly 70 percent of the world’s population will reside in cities, increasing the size of the world’s urban population by more than two-thirds. Cities will need to focus on building the right things to ensure this growth happens sustainably—so how ...
Representatives of Financing Sustainable Cities Initiative partners, from left: James Alexander, C40; Val Smith, Citi; Helio Lima Magalhães, Citi Brazil; Rodrigo Rosa, C40 and City of Rio de Janeiro; and Toni Lindau, WRI Brasil Sustainable Cities.
Why Sustainable Urban Development Needs Better Finance
This week in Quito, Ecuador, international leaders have gathered in support of the New Urban Agenda, which lays the groundwork for improving the lives of more than half of the world’s population. Habitat III follows the historic adoption of the Sustainable Development ...
Simón Gaviria, Chief Director, National Planning Department of Colombia, Ani Dasgupta, Enrique García, Executive President and CEO, CAF, Rémy Rioux, CEO, AFD, Koki Hirota, Chief Economist, JICA at today’s WRI and International Development Finance Club’s side event. Photo by Giulia Christianson/WRI.
Live from Habitat III: Innovative Financing, New Mobility Initiatives, the Importance of Core Urban Service and More
Habitat III officially launched today, and TheCityFix was on the ground in Quito to report on the urgent messages and announcements to emerge from Day One. Follow here for coverage of WRI’s presence. Making the New Urban Agenda Work for ...
Forum location: Museum of Tomorrow, Rio de Janeiro. Photo by Camila Uchoa
C40 Financing Sustainable Cities Forum & Workshop
Global leaders in city finance met in Rio de Janeiro on 5 April 2016 for the first-of-its-kind global forum to accelerate the financing of climate action in cities. The C40 Financing Sustainable Cities Forum brought together over 130 representatives from ...
Rio de Janeiro's TransCarioca bus rapid transit (BRT) corridor. Photo by WRI Brasil Sustainable Cities/Flickr.
Sustainable Transport Investment Could Save $300 Billion a Year—within Existing Financial Flows
Investing in sustainable transport infrastructure is something national and local leaders want as a way to cut climate-warming emissions – 23 percent of the global total – generated by the world’s transportation systems. But it has become a daunting prospect ...
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