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December 2016
Brookings Institution, Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, Global Commission on the Economy and Climate
Investments in sustainable infrastructure are lagging behind the needs described and those that are being made are not as sustainable as they should be. This is partly because such infrastructure is long-term, requires large upfront investments, and generates cash flows only after many years. The report Delivering On Sustainable Infrastructure For Better Development And Better Climate assesses the constraints that are holding back the scaling of sustainable infrastructure and how to vastly expand infrastructure while avoiding the mistakes of the past.
November 2014
London School of Economics and Political Science, New Climate Economy (NCE), Global Commission on the Economy and Climate

This paper, produced through the New Climate Economy Cities Research Programme, focuses on one central aspect of urban development: transport and urban form and how the two shape the provision of access to people, goods and services, and information in cities.

November 2014
London School of Economics and Political Science, New Climate Economy (NCE), Global Commission on the Economy and Climate

This paper, produced through the New Climate Economy Cities Research Programme, identifies three groups of cities that will be particularly important for the global economy and climate: Emerging Cities, Global Megacities and Mature Cities.

November 2014
London School of Economics and Political Science, New Climate Economy (NCE), Global Commission on the Economy and Climate

This paper, produced through the New Climate Economy Cities Research Programme, first examines the importance of the third pillar of the 3C model: coordinated governance.