Climate Change in the Pacific

Climate change is considered the greatest environmental, social, and economic challenge facing the Pacific countries today. ADB, through its Climate Change Implementation Plan for the Pacific, is committed to providing its Pacific DMCs a broad spectrum of technical and financial support, along with capacity development, for implementing national measures that will ensure continued economic growth in the face of climate change. ADB is also developing new assistance modalities to integrate the policy and investment components needed to build greater resilience in the region.

The following flyers summarize ADB's climate change adaptation guidelines for its developing member countries in the areas of urban development, finance, energy, economic policy, disaster risk management, environment and natural resources, and transportation and infrastructure.