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|17 Dec 2013||
Myanmar: Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Environment Initial Sector Assessment, Strategy, and Road Map
This sector assessment, strategy, and road map highlights the Government of Myanmar’s plans and strategies for addressing priority needs for the agriculture, natural resources, and environment sector and identifies possible preliminary areas of international assistance. It assesses key sector development needs by analyzing the strengths, constraints and weaknesses, various risks, and...
|20 Nov 2013||
Cost of Adaptation to Rising Coastal Water Levels for the People's Republic of China, Japan, and the Republic of Korea
This publication explores the potential costs for coastal adaptation from 2010 until 2050 in East Asia due to climate-induced sea-level rise and possibly more intense tropical cyclones. This publication explores the potential costs for coastal adaptation from 2010 until 2050 in East Asia due to climate-induced sea-level...
The reports in this series should be considered as learning documents that allow for sectoral data and analysis to be updated and improved based on sectoral experiences and sharing of good practices. These reports have a common introduction and a common final chapter outlining the...
|30 Aug 2013||
ADB, Gates Foundation Partner to Tackle Asia's Huge Sanitation Needs ADB and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation have formed a new partnership agreement to expand and speed up access to safe sanitation in Asia and the Pacific. The...
|29 Aug 2013||
45508-002 Arid Cities in People's Republic of China to Improve Water Management Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, one of the poorest and most remote regions in northwestern People's Republic of China,...
|14 Jun 2013||
This guide describes a practical approach to bridge the gap between theoretical analyses of climate change impacts and the planning decisions that need to be made by city authorities and utility managers to increase climate change resilience of the water sector in the city of Wuhan, Hubei Province in the People’s Republic of China (PRC...
|20 May 2013||
What are the best practice approaches to flood risk management? This publication reviews modern approaches to water management in challenging environments, providing new insights into good strategic planning and risk management of water resources. Why Asia and the Pacific Need Disaster Risk Financing Over...
|20 May 2013||
Basin Water Allocation Planning: Principles, Procedures and Approaches for Basin Allocation Planning
This book considers modern approaches to dealing with issues of access to water at the basin scale, particularly through the allocation of water among administrative regions. As water scarcity has increased globally, water allocation plans and agreements have taken on increasing significance in resolving international,...
|20 May 2013||
This book distils best practice approaches to basin planning in large and complex basins and provides an overview of the emerging good practice. Growing competition for scarce water resources has driven major changes in the way river basin planning is undertaken. This has resulted in a shift away from ‘technical’ approaches...
|21 Apr 2014||
39071 39071-042 7562 This technical assistance (TA) completion report for the Capacity Development for Metropolitan Sanitation Management and...