STRATEGIC &

 INSTITUTIONAL ADVISING

Strong leadership and long-term vision are key to ensure effective integration of sustainability practices at the government and corporate level. Sinfranova helps public and private institutions develop processes to assess, implement, and monitor sustainability within their decision-making process.  

Policy decisions can help incorporate sustainability at the upstream level

The integration of the Sustainable development goals in the long term strategy is key to achieve the 2030 Agenda. 

INSTITUTIONAL 

 SUSTAINABILITY

The incorporation of sustainability in the long-term vision of the company help prepare your business for a greener and a more inclusive future

sustainability criteria for investment

Clarity and consistency in the criteria used to quantify sustainability help investors choose the best projects.

sustainability for policy makers

Policy decisions can help incorporate sustainability at the early stages of project prioritization. 

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SDG strategy

The Sustainable Development Goals are a cross-dimensional agenda that is considered in all our professional services. The SDGs provide guidance to a variety of stakeholders supporting the incorporation of sustainability in the decision-making processes.

 

INSTITUTIONAL SUSTAINABILITY

We help you identify the sustainability strategy that best suits your institution by conducting analysis, integrating best international practices, and defining protocols to incorporate sustainability into your operations.

  • Sustainability Infrastructure Management Plan

  • Identification and implementation plan for best international practices

  • Strengthening of existing corporate policies

  • Drawing up opportunities to integrate the Sustainable Development Agenda

  • Executive training for sustainability

  • Envision Sustainability Professional (ENV-SP) Certification

KEY SERVICES

ACTIVE AND PAST PROJECTS-

Institutional Strengthening of the Mexican National Infrastructure Fund (FONADIN), towards a Sustainable Infrastructure strategy

This project aims to create a sustainable infrastructure strategy at the institution-wide level, through the development of a sustainability action plan and associated tools for implementation.
This technical assistance has four main objectives (i) increase the institutional capacity of FONADIN, based on an initial diagnosis of their policies, and corporate processes, (ii) strengthen current processes and methodologies used for project development to ensure that sustainability is incorporated into the early phases of project selection and development (iii) integration of sustainability practices into concessional contracts in transportation project (iv) capacity building. 

Tool to evaluate the sustainability of PPPs in Colombia

This project aims to first, incorporate climate risk mitigation and adaptation strategies into the lifecycle of infrastructure concessions, and second to identify a tool to classify the level of sustainability of transportation assets. The outcome of this project was incorporated into public policy in Colombia in 2021 and named "Policy for the development of sustainable transport infrastructure projects. 5th generation of concessions". 

TAXONOMIES for investment

 

The application of sustainability tools and frameworks for investment help provide clarity and consistency while minimizing your project risks.  

  • Sustainable Infrastructure taxonomies for project prioritization

  • Portfolio analysis

  • Environmental Social and Governance (ESG) considerations

  • The business case for sustainable infrastructure

  • Diagnose safeguards policies and strengthen opportunities

KEY SERVICES

ACTIVE AND PAST PROJECTS-

Defining a methodology of key indicators for sustainable infrastructure - Proyectos Mexico

This project seeks to identify a set of indicators to classify the sustainability performance of the infrastructure assets in the “Mexico Projects Hub” platform. Proyectos Mexico is an initiative from the Federal Government of Mexico that seeks to link projects of different infrastructure sectors with national and foreign investors.

sustainable infrastructure for investors
sustainable infrastructure for investors

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sustainable infrastructure for investors
sustainable infrastructure for investors

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sustainable infrastructure for investors

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Sustainable Infrastructure Tool Navigator

The Navigator gives an overview of the most relevant 50+ sustainability tools supporting project teams, public officials, and financiers among other stakeholders to integrate sustainability during the lifecycle of the project. The Infrastructure Tool Navigator provides easy access to 50+ tools including rating systems, high-level principles, and guidelines, helping stakeholders to find the tool that best fits their needs. The Navigator offers a detailed explanation of the different tools as well as, the phase of the life cycle, the main target audience, and the geographic application distributed in more than 10 sectors in 17 countries.

Sustainable infrastructure tool
Sustainable infrastructure tool

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Sustainable infrastructure tools.

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Sustainable infrastructure tools...

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SUSTAINABILITY FOR POLICYMAKERS

  • Review and diagnose of existing policies

  • Upstream policy recommendations for project selection

  • Analysis and implementation plan for best practices

  • Sustainable Infrastructure Management Plan

  • Identification and alignment of SDGs with the infrastructure plan in the long term

  • Capacity Building for local, regional and national policymakers

Incorporating sustainability in the early decision-making process help ensures that the infrastructure projects are planned, designed constructed, and operated in a sustainable manner. 

Key services

ACTIVE AND PAST PROJECTS-

Upstream Planning For Sustainable Infrastructure Policy

The main objective of this work is to identify the main challenges that local and national governments face when integrating sustainability practices in the planning stages (project prioritization, screening, and procurement). This paper provides recommendations for policymakers and local governments to address those challenges. This work will be published by the U20, as part of the agenda of the G20 group 2018.

Upstream Planning for Sustainable Infras
Upstream Planning for Sustainable Infras

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Attributes and Framework for Sustainable Infrastructure

Sustainable Infrastructure (SI) is now recognized as an essential foundation to achieve inclusive and sustainable growth, deliver on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and meet the targets of the Paris Agreement of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. The world needs to ramp up investments in sustainable infrastructure to tackle large deficits in infrastructure services, especially in emerging markets and developing countries. Responding to the structural changes that are underway —especially urbanization—, and accelerating the replacement of aging and polluting infrastructure are necessary in the contemporary world. 

IDB Sustainable Infrastructure framework
IDB Sustainable Infrastructure framework

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IDB Sustainable Infrastructure framework
IDB Sustainable Infrastructure framework

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IDB Sustainable Infrastructure framework
IDB Sustainable Infrastructure framework

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