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Wed, 04 May


Online panel discussion

Infrastructure: SDG9 will we meet the goal?

Key questions to be discussed in a rich 60-min Q&A session around sustainable infrastructure: 1. What is a sustainable infrastructure? 2. What do we mean by "sustainable infrastructure for climate change resilience"? 3. In what consists a "sustainable energy infrastructure"? (...)

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Infrastructure: SDG9 will we meet the goal?
Infrastructure: SDG9 will we meet the goal?

Time & Location

04 May 2022, 17:00 – 18:30 BST

Online panel discussion

About the Conference

We'll start by asking founding questions:

1. What is a sustainable infrastructure?

2. What do we mean by "sustainable infrastructure for climate change resilience"?

3. In what consists a "sustainable energy infrastructure"?

4. How to secure the critical sustainable infrastructure?

5. What is the process of digital transformation of sustainable infrastructure?

6. How does financing sustainable infrastructure work?

7. Are there best practices in sustainable infrastructure development projects?

Investments in infrastructure – transport, irrigation, energy and information and communication technology – are crucial to achieving sustainable development and empowering communities in many countries. What is needed to make infrastructure projects successfully delivered?

The UN explains: Investments in infrastructure – transport, irrigation, energy and information and communication technology – are crucial to achieving sustainable development and empowering communities in many countries. It has long been recognized that growth in productivity and incomes, and improvements in health and education outcomes require investment in infrastructure. How the world is doing, metrics defined to measure success span from road access for rural populations, Passenger and freight volumes, manufacturing value-added as a proportion of GDP and per capita and others, what do the metrics say about ongoing projects, what is needed to run project that improves one or more of the established metrics? 

Moderator and co-organiser Alex G. lee 

Alex G. Lee is a technology innovation professional with nearly 30 years of experience and expertise in high technology such as software, telecommunications, information technology, semiconductor electronics as a researcher, university professor, government officer, business executive, and legal expert in the US and S. Korea. His current focus is the applications of digital/information technology for innovation in ESG sustainability management and investing to provide an innovative framework and solutions for sustainable enterprise development.

Michele Nati  - Head of Telco and Infrastructure Development - IOTA 

Michele is a tech and business lead who combines academic and research background with technology innovation and product management. He leads a number of projects that use IOTA distributed ledger technologies and tools in smart cities, smart energy and e-commerce.  He helps stakeholders to understand the value of blockchain and to design solutions that enable many vertical domains to benefit from secure trusted data sharing and identity management. His work at IOTA Foundation involves a team of project managers, technical analysts and software engineers.  Our work is to make distributed ledger technologies and decentralized identities accessible to every digital infrastructure. Because DLTs and blockchain are not a solution but part of it and their accessibility to the modern tech industry is the key.  Before joining the IOTA Foundation, Michele matured almost 20 years of research and development in the Internet of Things, Personal data and trust, both in Academia and SMEs.

The IOTA Foundation is a global non-profit foundation that develops next-generation decentralized technologies for a new digital economy in a connected world. It redesigns the way people and devices connect to share information and value, removing middlemen. The Foundation collaborates with a global ecosystem and partners to research and develop technologies that deliver sustainable, real-world impact. Together, they are shaping a new digital economy, removing unnecessary friction and unlocking human potential.  At the heart of the Foundation's mission is the Tangle, its open, feeless and highly scalable distributed ledger. Designed to support frictionless value and data transfer, the Tangle is a DLT infrastructure for Web3 applications and digital economies. Unlike blockchain alternatives, the Tangle allows transactions to be added in parallel; it also boasts low resource requirements, as well as zero-fee and fast transactions with finality within seconds. The IOTA token, “MIOTA”, is the native currency on the IOTA network. It is used to transfer value and data and enable feeless micro-payments.

Tucker Pribor 

Tucker is the  Director of Research at Flat World Partners, an investment advisory firm focused on impact and sustainability. As Director, Tucker oversees and coordinates the team's market research across impact sectors including renewable energy, climate tech, healthcare, education, diversity & inclusion, and others. Similarly, Tucker leads the firm's fund manager diligence across asset classes including real assets, venture capital, growth equity, and private debt. Prior to Flat World Partners Tucker was a Research Analyst at Ironwood Capital Management, a $3 billion fund of hedge funds in San Francisco. Tucker is currently enrolled in NYU Stern’s MBA Langone Part-Time Program, he holds B.A.s in Economics and English from Washington and Lee University, and he is a CAIA Charterholder.

Flat World Partners (“FWP”) is an investment advisory firm that helps institutional investors source, diligence, and deploy capital in sustainable investment opportunities. Our offering includes traditional portfolio consulting services, direct investments, customized Fund of Funds solutions, and asset management products. We combine bottom-up and top-down approaches to portfolio selection by putting investment opportunities - asset classes and fund managers - into a broader market and impact perspective. Our advisory services have a focus on sustainable private market opportunities in Venture Capital, Private Equity, and Real Assets, where we work deeply with our clients to define impact and sustainability frameworks that meet their needs and aspirations. The Flat World team has a dynamic mix of experience in asset management, consulting, foundation, and non-profit work combined with diverse social and environmental operational expertise.

Abir Mymuny 

Abir is a certified IRCA-approved ISO 14001:2015: Lead Auditor on Environmental Management System (EMS). Abir has been working as a Senior Manager at Sustainable Finance Unit in The City Bank Limited and  as a ESG and Credit Risk Manager for more than 9 years in private commercial banks. having a considerable working experience as a market researcher and textile engineer.

The City Bank Limited is a leading private commercial bank in Bangladesh.

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