Asia Environmental Partners II is a $300 million regional fund focused on growth opportunities in renewable energy, waste management and recycling services, water management, energy efficiency, pollution control, and low-carbon consumer products in the People’s Republic of China, India, and Southeast Asia.
With ADB support, organic farming in Thailand is helping revive smallholder farming, providing better returns for family businesses, countryside employment, and healthy food to city dwellers, and protecting the environment from pollutants.
This Pilot and Demonstration Activities (PDA) is helping to assess the effect of riverbed clogging on the infiltration rates at locations of potential riverbank filtration systems used for drinking water supply.
In Thailand, one of the world's largest solar farms is not only relieving the Kingdom of its reliance on imported fossil fuels but also benefiting the communities in its neighborhood through increased labor and education opportunities.
Cambodia's new Southern Economic Corridor (SEC), covering 21 provinces of Cambodia, will stimulate greater economic growth for the impoverished country, and drive growth in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS). But Cambodia is facing major constraints in transforming the corridor into an engine for national economic growth.
This Pilot and Demonstration Activities (PDA) will consolidate advances in river basin management by expanding the network of stakeholders actively engaged in decision making and increasing community involvement in water resources management.
This Pilot and Demonstration Activities (PDA) helped determine the feasibility of an “activated carbon manufacturing factory” to produce activated carbon from coconut and palm oil shells that can be used for industrial water pollution control and low-cost water filters.