The ‘SuRe’ Standard for Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure was developed by CCFLA member Global Infrastructure Basel (GIB) and its stakeholders as a private sustainability standard for the certification of infrastructure projects. Its aim is twofold: firstly, it guides project owners to develop infrastructure projects that perform high in sustainability and resilience aspects – taking into account social, environmental and governance criteria and best practices. Secondly, it serves as a tool to communicate the sustainability and resilience benefits to potential investors, thus channelling more financial flows into infrastructure development and boosting sustainable socioeconomic development globally.

Further information on the standard can be found here.