Sustainability in infrastructure projects is a complex concept, and it is given not only by the country where the project is undergoing but by the project itself, consumers and lenders. Colombia has not been the exception and the rise of sustainable infrastructure is noticeable. According to the G20’s Global Infrastructure Hub, Colombia has an infrastructure gap of USD 100 billion until 2040 (GIH, 2018c) (USD 339 billion in investment needed with USD 238 billion in investment trends) – an average of USD 5 billion invested per year.
In this webinar, we discuss sustainable trends in conversation with experienced C-level executives in Colombia and abroad.
– Environmentally driven projects that go beyond the minimum requirements included in its license and permits with the National authorities (ANLA, Regional Autonomous Corporations, Municipalities).
– Social licensing allowing the project to be in agreement with the local communities and inhabitants
– Attracting risk free governance and investment through a healthy and diverse governance policy
– Financial sustainability on projects, taxonomies and investors’ and lender’s standards
– Carolina Duque, Baker McKenzie
– Diego Alejandro Morales Silva, Agencia Nacional de Infraestructura (ANI)
– Juan Carlos Pelaez, Unión Para la Infraestructura (UPI)
– Alex Yew, John Laing
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