Infrastructure is Everywhere

Infrastructure is Everywhere

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How are private investors financing infrastructure —​ especially certain institutional investors, such as pension and insurance funds, which hold over $100 trillion? And can these investors can help achieve public goods, such as low or no carbon economies? An introduction to understanding global infrastructure projects.

Infrastructure financing levels could double by the year 2030. This will be a threat to people and the planet if massive investment - especially by institutional investors (e.g. pension funds) - does not aim to achieve global sustainable development and climate goals. Who are these institutional investors, and how can governments and civil society ensure that these investors work towards a sustainable future? 

This video provides a lively introduction to the questions of how private investors (especially certain institutional investors, such as pension and insurance funds, which hold over $100 trillion) are financing infrastructure and whether they can help achieve public goods, such as low or no carbon economies.

Production & Script Writing: Gustav Theile
Editing: Nancy Alexander and Nicole Johnson
Music: Yard Sale - Silent Partner 

Created with Animaker.

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