Digital Public Infrastructure: Quantifying the Human & Economic Impact

The impact of DPG-based DPI
| 5 November 2022

Early insights from a research project undertaken by DPGA, UNDP and Dalberg Advisors highlights that within the climate sector, initiatives can often be capital intensive and therefore a DPI approach focused on reusability, global standards, and openness can be a cost-efficient way to support countries to meet their climate targets.

The report finds that DPG-based DPI can lead to lower carbon emissions, an increase in farmer income, less deforestation, and help prevent undernourishment  – actions which are critical for climate adaptation and mitigation