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Four challenges facing the buildings of the future

In the 1960s, the Jetsons showed us a futuristic city in which pollution and the use of non-renewable resources did not exist. Twenty years...

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How sustainable infrastructure can decide Peru’s future

Last March, Peru experienced extreme weather conditions in the north of the country. This resulted in numerous physical, economic and human...

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Finance adapts to climate change

Climate change is already a real threat that affects macroeconomic variables and company results in Latin America and the Caribbean. For...

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How can we boost sustainable infrastructure investments?

Evidence is mounting that through the right mix of policies and incentives the world can significantly reduce climate risks while boosting...

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Three Trends in Sustainable Finance across LAC

2017 could be another record year for green investment products as the issuance of green bonds globally is forecast to rise to $206...

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Four reasons why the Caribbean private sector must invest in renewables

In the Caribbean, the year-round sunshine and extremely favorable insolation levels have not been enough to spur significant investments in...

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Green infrastructure: protect your oceanfront with a coral reef

Hurricane Matthew just swept across the Caribbean, leaving behind destruction and crumbled infrastructure. In Haiti, impassable roads and...

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Can an entire city switch to LED lights?

Over the past few years, LEDs have become increasingly common, as they provide long-lasting performance for a fraction of the energy used...

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Investing in water and sanitation is no dirty business

In an era of smart cities, 3D printing and artificial intelligence, The Economist awarded the “humble loo” the world’s greatest...

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Ports vulnerable to climate change but not to inaction

Ports are vulnerable to climate change. But vulnerability doesn’t call for inaction. It calls for an organized response that incorporates...

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