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|24 Jul 2014||
Asia’s governments must make tough choices in energy investments that can provide affordable energy while meeting pressing environmental objectives, especially on climate change, says a study by ADB's Independent Evaluation Department. MANILA, PHILIPPINES — Asia’s governments must make tough choices in...
|26 Jun 2014||
Jepang, ADB Umumkan Dana untuk Dukung Teknologi Rendah Karbon di Asia Bank Pembangunan Asia ( Asian Development Bank, ADB) hari ini mengumumkan dibentuknya dana perwalian (trust fund) untuk mendukung penerapan teknologi maju rendah karbon di beberapa negara anggotanya,...
|25 Jun 2014||
ADBと日本、新たな信託基金の設置で低炭素技術を促進 アジア開発銀行（ADB）は、日本政府から18億円（1765万ドル相当）の拠出金を得て、信託基金「二国間クレジット制度日本基金」（JFJCM）を新たに設置することを本日発表した。また、石原伸晃環境大臣とADBの中尾武彦総裁が、上記基金の効果的な実施のための協力を含む環境協力に関する覚書への署名を行った。 石原伸晃環境大臣（左）と中尾ADB総裁 【東京、2014年6月25日】アジア開発銀行（ADB）は、...
|24 Jun 2014||
Japan, ADB Announce Fund to Promote Low-Carbon Technologies in Asia ADB announced today the establishment of a new trust fund to support the adoption of advanced low-carbon technologies in its developing member countries (DMCs), with a grant of ¥1.8 billion (about $17.65 million)...
|27 Nov 2013||
Economics Working Papers This study uses a computable general equilibrium model to evaluate major energy policy issues facing Bangladesh. Bangladesh today faces a different future than it did decades ago when relatively abundant natural gas seemed to be...
|1 Oct 2014||
44951 44951-014 Environmental and social impact assessments examine the social and environmental consequences of a project prior to execution and provide information to decision makers and the public about the...
|30 Jul 2014||
44951 44951-014 This environmental and social impact assessment examines the social and environmental consequences of the Bibiyana II Gas Power Project in Bangladesh prior to execution, and provides information to...
|8 Apr 2013||
Asia's Future Prosperity Requires Major Change in Energy Use Asia is moving along a dangerously unsustainable energy path that will result in environmental disaster and a gaping divide in energy access between rich and poor unless the region dramatically changes course, says a...
|4 Mar 2013||
Clean Technologies Could Cut South Asia Emissions by a Fifth by 2020 at Little Cost Five countries of South Asia – Bangladesh, Bhutan, the Maldives, Nepal, and Sri Lanka - could slash greenhouse gas emissions by a fifth by 2020 at little long-term cost by introducing a variety of...
|6 Mar 2013||
What can governments do to influence the development of clean energy technologies and move toward low-carbon growth in the South Asian states of Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, and Sri Lanka? South Asia is considered vulnerable to the impacts and consequences of climate change, including sea level rise, melting...