The workshop is organised in the context of the OECD project on Growth, Investment and the Low-carbon Transition: Constructing a Climate-resilient Future for the G20. This project is an in-depth study of the economic and development implications of low-emission and climate-resilient pathways and the policy packages required to meet them.
Despite the abundance of capital available globally, private financing of and investment in infrastructure – and especially low-emission and climate-resilient infrastructure – remains limited. A better understanding of the expectations and roles of different financial actors for infrastructure finance, and low-emission infrastructure, is needed.
Eugene Zhuchenko, Executive Director of LTIIA, will participate in opening panel on “Green infrastructure financing: main investment trends and attractiveness for the private sector“.
Organised back-to-back with the OECD-G20 Task Force on Long-term Investment, this workshop will bring together an exceptional group of financiers, corporate actors, policy experts and government officials.
Fore more information and for registration, please visit: http://www.oecd.org/daf/fin/private-pensions/workshop-financing-green-infrastructure.htm