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Bruno Alves

Bruno Alves is the Senior Editor of award-winning publication Infrastructure Investor. Bruno has been a journalist for nearly 20 years and first joined Infrastructure Investor in December 2009, where he quickly rose to become Associate Editor and a leading writer covering the infrastructure asset class. He’s been Senior Editor since 2015 and is also responsible for Agri Investor, PEI Group’s agriculture-focused publication.
Journalists from affiliate title Infrastructure Investor hit their highlights from Monday's ESG and Sustainability Forum, part of the Infrastructure Investor Network Global Summit in Berlin this week.
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A forensic look at the building blocks of infrastructure is urgently needed to take the discussion around sustainable, resilient infrastructure to the next level.
The Article 9 vehicle has already invested more than half of the €1bn it is initially targeting in a 1GW portfolio spanning Europe and the Americas.
From Brookfield to Quinbrook, we are getting a glimpse at how infra strategies focused on decarbonising businesses and industries work.
Investors are right to reject the EU's misguided labelling, which casts the shadow of ‘greenwashing’ on a complex, much-needed discussion.
As the first private markets firm to set science-based targets to fight climate change, decarbonisation is now at the heart of all of EQT’s investments.
The summit’s post-covid Berlin comeback is awash in the language of sustainable investing, as infra investors look to build back better.
Given ESG-linked facilities are generating ‘a huge amount of interest’, we discuss whether they are the best way to incentivise change.
The UK’s City of Westminster pension fund wants to add one, separate to its existing infra allocation. Here’s why others might consider it too.
NTR, Whitehelm Capital, Schroders, Vantage Infrastructure, BBVA and GRESB discuss measurement, what happens when things go wrong and why covid-19 is likely to accelerate ESG's march to the mainstream.

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