Sustainable Infrastructure for All


OECD Knowledge Partnership for Sustainable and Inclusive Infrastructure

Access to high-quality and sustainable infrastructure is an essential determinant of people’s well-being, equal opportunities and a basic requirement for businesses to prosper. High-quality infrastructure from digital, transport, energy, waste management and water to public parks and museums underpins an inclusive economic system and supports sustainable development, in line with the 2030 Agenda, and G7 and G20 objectives.

This newly-created initiative will foster evidence-based analysis of the interaction between sustainability and inclusiveness goals. It will provide a knowledge-sharing platform that connects government, business and civil society stakeholders engaged in accelerating progress towards these goals.

The OECD Knowledge Partnership for Sustainable and Inclusive Infrastructure was showcased in the Space for Solutions of the Paris Peace Forum in Paris on 11-13 November 2019.


Pillars of the Partnership
  • Enhanced accessibility to services for all - women, children, vulnerable groups and left behind regions

  • Sustainable cities and settlements – integrating environmental and inclusiveness considerations in spatial and connectivity planning

  • Sustainable finance and sound governance for infrastructure development at all levels

  • Responsible business conduct

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