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  • August 2015

    Climate Adds to Growing Water Crisis: Quenching Asia's Thirst

    Rising populations, rapid urbanization, and competing demand for water for agriculture, energy, and industrial and domestic use have left water stocks in many Asia and Pacific countries in a critical state, with the uncertainties from climate change presenting a further threat.
  • July 2015

    Energy Operations in the Pacific

    ADB's energy program in the Pacific includes support for higher end-use efficiency, greater access to renewable energy, and improvements in demand-side energy management.
  • June 2015

    10 in 10 Years of the Asia Clean Energy Forum

    In June 2006, ADB launched the first Asia Clean Energy Forum (ACEF), bringing together government, energy, finance, entrepreneurs, and civil society to help chart Asia's clean energy future. Ten years on, we celebrate 10 major developments on the road to clean energy access for all.
  • June 2015

    Using Clean Energy to Power Asia

    Asia-Pacific’s energy demand is set to soar in the coming decades. Renewable energy is key to meeting rising demand, boosting energy security, and stemming carbon dioxide emissions.
  • June 2015

    Economic Cooperation through Connectivity in the Greater Mekong Subregion

    In 1992, the six countries making up the Greater Mekong Subregion entered into a program of economic cooperation based on investments in transport, energy, telecommunications, environment, human resource development, tourism, trade, private sector investment, and agriculture.
  • June 2015

    Funding the Fight Against Climate Change

    Addressing climate change has been identified as one of ADB's ten strategic priorities during its mid-term review of Strategy 2020. Rising up to the challenge, ADB is scaling up its investments in climate change projects and increasing access to climate finance for its developing member countries in Asia and the Pacific.
  • May 2015

    Finance for Asia's Future

    Meeting a more ambitious and transformative post-2015 agenda for Asia and the Pacific will take considerable financial resources on the part of governments, development partners, civil society groups, and businesses alike.
  • May 2015

    Climate Change Resilience in Asia's Cities

    By 2025, 21 out of 37 of the world's megacities - cities with 10 million or more people - will likely be from the Asia and Pacific region. How can the region cope with this rapid urbanization while maintaining environmental sustainability?
  • May 2015

    Building Climate Change Resilience for Asia's Urban Poor

    A new fund that targets climate change resilience in 25 Asian Cities will be provided by an innovative partnership between ADB, the UK Department for International Development (DFID) Foundation and Rockefeller Foundation. The goal is to leverage and scale up solutions to protect some of the world's most vulnerable urban communities.
  • April 2015

    Toward 2020: ADB's Ten-Point Action Plan

    To deliver our vision of an Asia and Pacific region free from poverty, ADB will channel more resources into areas where they’re needed most.