|Title||Global Investment and Policy Implications in Low-Carbon, Climate-Resilient Infrastructure|
|Author||Jinyoung Moon, Seungkwon Na, Sunghee Lee and Eunmi Kim|
The adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals and Paris Agreement in 2015 accelerated the transition to a low-carbon climate-resilient economy which requires significant investment for both new and existing infrastructure. About $9 billion will be required in investment for climate-related infrastructure by 2030, with most of the investment needs originating from developing countries. This study is designed to review previous literature on low-carbon climate-resilient infrastructure and analyze key features in climate infrastructure finance by multilateral and bilateral development institutions and PPPs. Ultimately, this study aims to provide policy implications for supporting Korean companies participating in overseas climate-related infrastructure projects.