Sustainable Infrastructure: Investing for resilience

Decisions taken today, to meet future needs for cities and transport networks, will lock-in an emissions pathway and exposure to climate impacts over the lifetime of assets. A sustainable approach minimises emissions and incorporates resilience to the impacts of warmer temperatures.

Greater Bay Area

6 September 2022


The key piece of the puzzle

9 December 2021


Assessing renewable electricity readiness in key Asian markets

27 October 2021


Phase 1 Report: Current state and future possibilities

11 August 2021


Investment and Opportunities

24 June 2021


Scoring climate risks - who is the most resilient?

30 April 2021


Scaling up sustainable infrastructure investment

19 January 2021


Impacts of warmer temperature are being felt

23 September 2020


Electrical vehicles in focus

20 September 2020


Stakeholder involvement will accelerate investment

17 September 2020


The Sustainability Consortium in collaboration with HSBC

18 June 2020


Singapore Institute of International Affairs

1 April 2020


By Tony Cripps, CEO, HSBC Singapore

3 February 2020


The Asia-Pacific Structured Finance Association

13 January 2020


The case for blue financing

25 November 2019


By Zoe Knight, Managing Director, HSBC Centre of Sustainable Finance

25 November 2019


Why the circular economy matters

14 October 2019


By Dana Krechowitz, Sustainable Finance, HSBC

29 March 2019


This report by the London School of Economics outlines how a just transition to a low-carbon economy would look for the UK, using Yorkshire and Humberside as a case study.

1 February 2019