This report presents the results of a Sustainable Asset Valuation (SAVi) assessment for wastewater treatment infrastructure in South Africa
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The purpose of this guide is to stimulate action through a step-by-step explanation of how a gender equality lens can be integrated into all sustainable bond issuances.
This brief focuses on how to scale up gender-smart financing through mainstreaming gender considerations in all-new sustainable bond issues.
Integrating Gender in Sustainability-Linked Bonds: Innovations in multi-KPI sustainability-linked structures
This brief is part of a series that examines how integrating gender considerations into all newly issued sustainable bonds could significantly scale up financing for gender objectives.
This brief examines one way to significantly scale-up gender-smart financing is through mainstreaming gender considerations in all-new sustainable bond issues.
An asset performance of the Kakono Hydropower Plant is evaluated in this SAVi assessment.
This report from the Luc Hoffmann Institute provides an overview of financial transaction mechanisms and related enabling frameworks that aim to protect and restore nature.
Sustainable Asset Valuation (SAVi) of Paterson Park's Building Infrastructure: City of Johannesburg (South Africa)
The assessment of Paterson Park's building infrastructure is one of the use cases demonstrating the value of integrating climate data from the Copernicus database into SAVi.
Sustainable Asset Valuation (SAVi) of Agroforestry Nature-Based Infrastructure in Welkenraedt (Belgium)
This report describes the Sustainable Asset Valuation (SAVi) assessment of an agroforestry project in the municipality of Welkenraedt, Belgium.
The assessment integrates environmental, social, and economic costs and benefits into an asset valuation to improve the transparency of the wind asset's impacts on the environment and important stakeholders. It also evaluates the asset's financial resilience to climate change risks.