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Unraveling digital transformation: Pulling the data thread

Alex Cespedes | February 9, 2024
From simple documents to intricate 3D models, data takes myriad forms with more teams relying on a digital-first approach. Whether executing a fast-paced project or operating a facility, organizations need to ensure they’re harnessing data the right way.
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Investing in what matters: Insights from COP28, part 1

Jean-Denis Carrier and Karen Dingley | February 5, 2024
Driven by high energy demands and limited access to reliable and affordable renewables sources the mining industry continues to grapple with decarbonization challenges.
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Social value of the built environment

Kelly Watson | January 18, 2024
Let’s explore the social value transforming built environments. Discover the intricate layers of societal impact, delve into cutting-edge research, and redefine our perception of inclusive communities in this special issue of Buildings & Cities. Dive into the article authored by Dr. Kelly Watson, a leading figure in sustainability and social impact strategies.
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Nuclear energy is a safe investment opportunity

Amar Jolly | January 17, 2024
Nuclear energy is expected to continue to play a significant role in achieving the net-zero goals set forth by the Paris Agreement, the G7 and European Union. The question is, who will pay for it? And how?
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Key trends shaping the mining and metals sector in Southern Africa, Part 5: Maximizing value from capital spend

Khutso Sekgota and Herman Strauss | January 10, 2024
Organizations are shifting focus and adapting to changes shaping global industries, resulting in an increased focus on sustainability, the adoption of digital tools and artificial intelligence, and adaptation to global supply chain changes. These shifts are affecting companies across all sectors, especially in mining and metals. In Southern Africa, these trends have been amplified by infrastructure challenges, reduced risk appetite, and limited capital flows.
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Key trends shaping the mining and metals sector in Southern Africa, Part 4: Navigating pathways to net zero

Khutso Sekgota and Herman Strauss | December 13, 2023
Organizations are shifting focus and adapting to changes shaping global industries, resulting in an increased focus on sustainability, the adoption of digital tools and artificial intelligence, and adaptation to global supply chain changes. These shifts are affecting companies across all sectors, especially in mining and metals. In Southern Africa, these trends have been amplified by infrastructure challenges, reduced risk appetite, and limited capital flows
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Navigating the evolution of sustainable finance

Jonathan Lee, Bianca Bustamante & Manuel Araujo | December 11, 2023
Hatch experts address how bespoke sustainable finance solutions are seamlessly merging into mainstream financial frameworks and discuss the challenge of finding projects that truly meet environmental, social, and governance (ESG) criteria.
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Navigating the path to corporate integrity and net-zero commitment

Karen Dingley | December 6, 2023
With heightened challenges being faced by the 11,000 organizations that have pledged to the UN Race to Zero initiative, the issue of corporate integrity and the urgency of fulfilling commitments to achieve a net-zero future by 2050 has become critical.
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Meeting the challenge of decarbonizing the world's ports

Werner Gous, Ezgi Kaya, Michael Houen, Andrew Catto & Sudhir Thakurdin | December 5, 2023
Decarbonization in transportation infrastructure and operations is crucial to mitigating climate change issues being discussed at COP28.  According to the United Nations Office for Project Services, an estimated 79% of global greenhouse gas emissions are related to infrastructure.