Riccardo Puliti
Riccardo Puliti
Riccardo Puliti is the World Bank vice-president for infrastructure. In this position he leads the bank's global efforts to build effective infrastructure in developing and emerging markets and supports the World Bank Group’s strategic business priorities such as the climate change action plan.

There is no shortcut to efficient, climate-resilient infrastructure projects that attract investors. Countries must first chart their paths and signal for change; only then can the World Bank help secure financing.


The progress in reducing carbon dioxide emissions should be applauded, but removing methane from natural gas production and use could also make a substantial difference, especially if the combined efforts of industry and governments pay off.

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