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|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...
|26 Dec 2012||
The regional cooperation operations business plan (RCOBP), 2013–2015 for South Asia updates the RCOBP, 2012–2014 and is the second RCOBP under the regional cooperation strategy (RCS), 2011–2015. The proposed regional operations for 2013–2015 are consistent with the priorities of the RCS. In 2013–2015, operations will continue to focus on (i) improving regional connectivity, (ii) boosting cross-...
|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...
|14 Oct 2013||
With Asia and the Pacific’s energy demand set to sharply outpace the rest of the world’s over the next two decades, cross-border power exchanges can play a central role in helping the region meet this growing demand. With Asia and the Pacific’s energy demand set to sharply outpace the rest of the world’s over the next...
|4 Oct 2013||
There is a wide variation in commercial energy resource endowments and commercial energy demand among the South Asian Countries. However, large countries in terms of area and population means that their high resource bases does not necessarily indicate sufficiency to meet energy needs. There is a wide variation in...
|3 Oct 2013||
44192-013 44192-014 Len George, Energy Specialist with ADB's South Asia Department, describes the importance of boosting cross-border energy trade in South Asia as a new India-Bangladesh...
|18 Nov 2011||
This Regional Cooperation Operations Business Plan for 2012-2014 describes the consistency of the business plan with the regional cooperation strategy, including grants and projects in the pipeline for South Asia. (south asia regional cooperation operations business plan 20122014) (Country Planning Documents, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Country Operations,...
|3 Dec 2011||
The South Asia Regional Energy Study provides interventions to improve regional energy cooperation in different timescales, including specific infrastructure projects which can be implemented during these periods. The South Asia Regional Energy Study was completed as an important component of the regional technical...
|9 Apr 2013||
The Asia and Pacific region needs an ample supply of clean, affordable energy to continue its rapid growth in the coming decades. To achieve energy security, developing Asia must actively contain its rising demand, aggressively explore new supply sources and technology, and progressively integrate regional energy markets and infrastructure...