The potential impact of climate change on the global economy is vast. Infrastructure plays an important part in economic competitiveness and quality of life and adapting and creating infrastructure that is resilient to the impact of climate change is critical.

The decarbonisation of existing infrastructure and the construction of new infrastructure – whether that comprises the hospitals and schools or roads and railways of the future or water and infrastructure necessary for food production and distribution – is of paramount importance.

We are delighted to invite you to a global infrastructure webinar on COP27 where members of Pinsent Masons’ specialist infrastructure and climate teams will be joined by senior industry leaders working both globally and across Africa to discuss infrastructure adaptation and resilience in a world where the risks and opportunities from climate change are increasing.


Our expert infrastructure panel will explore:

  • Climate change and business survival in the infrastructure sector
  • Building new climate resilient infrastructure and adapting existing infrastructure
  • How infrastructure owners, contractors, consultants and suppliers should report their climate risks and opportunities to meet the requirements of the G20 Task Force for Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD)
  • Adaptation in Africa and the impact on global supply chains
  • How industrialised construction can improve the carbon footprint and resilience of new infrastructure
Pinsent Masons Video

Event date

08:30 - 09:30 GMT


Roberto Vidal Ferreira

Executive Director Business Development at Mota-Engil Africa

Simon Harrison

Group Head of Strategy at Mott MacDonald

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