Technology has always been critical to decarbonisation efforts. Now data analytics and artificial intelligence have the power to accelerate the transition even further, say Ardian senior managing director Benoît Gaillochet and director Pierre-François Dessard.
To transition to clean energy at the speed and on the scale required, we need to back the engineering companies developing these projects at the growth stage. Asper’s Luigi Pettinicchio and Sarah Ivory of the University of Edinburgh explain how and why
Social infrastructure has a vast funding gap and could form the market’s next frontier, say Augustin Schneider-Maunoury, asset management director, and Aymar de Tracy, investment director, at InfraVia Capital Partners.
Pensions have become cornerstone investors in infrastructure projects, yet they face the dilemma that, although technology can chip away at the margins, emissions cannot be eradicated in the near future.
The future of sustainability lies in our ability to address agricultural resilience, adapting to and mitigating the impact of climate change while securing and enhancing essential food, water and land resources, says Instar’s Gregory Smith.