Sustainable Infrastructure – Equity, Inclusiveness, and Empowerment
Date and Time: Wednesday, December 8, 2021 | 1 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. GMT
This webinar in the Sustainable Infrastructure: Putting Principle into Practice series will explore Principle #6: Equity, Inclusiveness, and Empowerment from UNEP's International Good Practice Principles for Sustainable Infrastructure.
In the technical presentation, Motoko Aizawa (Observatory for Sustainable Infrastructure) will be speaking on “Inclusiveness: A Pathway to Sustainable Infrastructure.” Paramita Datta Dey (National Institute of Urban Affairs, India) will then deliver a case presentation on “Affordable and sustainable water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) solutions in India.” As always, the session will include interactive activities such as polling, breakout sessions, and Q&As to allow an exchange with the presenters and colleagues.
About the Series
Launched in May 2021, Sustainable Infrastructure: Putting Principles into Practice is a monthly interactive webinar series for the sustainable infrastructure community. Each webinar, held on the second Wednesday of every month, will focus on one of the 10 Good Practice Principles.
If you missed any of the previous webinars or would like to rewatch, you can find them all in this YouTube playlist.
SI-CoL Partner Hosts
- Sustainable Infrastructure Partnership
- Duke University Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions
- The Green Gray Community of Practice
- UN Environment Programme
- Conservation International
- The International Coalition for Sustainable Infrastructure
- Project ECHO
About the Sustainable Infrastructure Community of Learners
The Sustainable Infrastructure Community of Learners (SI-CoL) is a network of individuals and organizations with expertise and dedication to capacity development for sustainable infrastructure. SI-CoL members have a wide range of proficiencies, including infrastructure planning at the project and systems level, sustainable finance, sustainable procurement, environmental and social assessments, inclusive infrastructure development, sustainable transportation, energy access, water management, nature-based solutions, and climate adaptation. SI-CoL works in close collaboration with UNEP’s Sustainable Infrastructure Partnership.