The Milken Institute Innovative Finance team, Center for Financial Markets, Center for Regional Economics, and Center for Strategic Philanthropy have joined together to address the $10 trillion gap in funding, financing and innovation for American infrastructure by 2050. Our Climate Resilient Infrastructure Financing Initiative aims to have a significant effect on the economy, environment, and communities while building long-term resilience and growth for the United States.
Average amount McKinsey Global Institute finds the world needs to invest annually to support expected rates of growth.
US climate resilient infrastructure needs by 2050.
Jobs can be created over the next 3 years by investing in resilient infrastructure.
Read the four steps to maximize the outcome and momentum from the recent marquee commitments.Read the Article
Thousands of under-served and high-need communities in every area of the country often struggle to access the resources they need to build critical community infrastructure and economic development projects, from basic water and energy facilities to climate-smart buildings and housing to the new workforce and entrepreneurial systems that can drive long-term resilience and equitable growth. Launched in September 2022, the CIC serves as a connection point to link communities with projects with trusted providers who can help, with funding and expertise.Learn More
Our infrastructure experts, Dan Carol and Matt Horton offer recommendations for how the Federal Government can fund infrastructure recovery efforts following COVID-19.LEARN MORE
Center for Financial Markets Director, Dan Carol, explores pathways to economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic that fill current gaps and ensure preparedness for future crises.READ THE ARTICLE
Hosted by CFA Society New York, this web panel features infrastructure experts from the Institute and others to discuss issues related to environmental, social, and corporate governance.WATCH THE VIDEO