The way the world deploys capital into infrastructure projects between now and 2030 will be a key determinant of the trajectory of life on this planet.
Over the next 10 years trillions of dollars will be invested in new and renewed infrastructure.
To the extent this capital is deployed into carbon-intensive projects, these investments will lock the planet into a high-carbon trajectory, while likely losing money in the process.
The large-scale energy, water and transportation projects we finance and build today cannot be mid-course corrected. Therefore, we must select, develop and finance projects with the lowest possible carbon emissions from the outset. Failing to grasp this fact will significantly alter the fabric of our daily lives while fundamentally affecting infrastructure portfolio performance.
Climate Adaptive Infrastructure (CAI) has a proven strategy for the deployment of capital through this period of monumental change.
CAI funds large-scale, low-carbon infrastructure investments that can withstand the structural risks and economic pressures of the climate crisis and that can provide CAI and its funding partners a viable hedge against climate losses.
CAI is about infrastructure that supports the day-to-day needs of large, growing populations while addressing the accelerating climate crisis.