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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...
|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...
|17 Dec 2013||
46470 46470-001 Decision document for the Action on Climate Change in South Asia in xctryx presented to ADB’s Board of Directors or Management for approval. This technical...
|5 Apr 2010||
The completion report for the South Asia Regional Cooperation Strategy and Program (RCSP) for 2006-2008 reflects the achievements in cooperation programs envisaged under the RCSP, and focuses on regional projects, including national projects with regional implications as contained in regional cooperation business plans (RCOBP) for South Asia (2009-2010 and 2010-2012), country strategy and...
|6 Jun 2007||
SASEC Holds Fourth Country Advisors' Meeting Senior officials from Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, and Nepal met at the Asian Development Bank headquarters in Manila on 4 to 5 June 2007 for the South Asia Subregional Economic Cooperation (SASEC) 4th Country Advisors’ Meeting (CAM)...
|4 Jun 2007||
Greater Regional Cooperation Tops South Asia Meeting Agenda Senior officials from Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, and Nepal are meeting in Manila to move forward on initiatives that can enhance regional economic cooperation in South Asia through strategic infrastructure projects and...