Three-quarters of the $9.2 trillion in infrastructure spending needed per year until 2050 will go toward new construction—offering opportunities to fight climate change by reducing embodied emissions.
The net-zero transition requires a deep understanding of emissions drivers by asset class, opportunities specific to each asset, and the development and rigid execution of decarbonization options.
A net-zero project management framework aligns project performance with current trends in asset valuation and energy transition goals.
Welcome to the October 2022 edition of Voices on Infrastructure, which focuses on decarbonizing the built environment.
Building a sustainable future will depend upon the buildings themselves being built and operated sustainably.