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|22 Nov 2013||
Climate Action South Asia: Information Update No. 4 (Addressing Climate Risks in Development Interventions)
Climate Action South Asia This issue introduces a systematic approach to climate risk screening being applied to ADB projects in South Asian countries. As a first step toward addressing climate change risks in development investment, a climate change...
|1 Oct 2013||
The cities of South Asia are growing at an unprecedented rate, and there is potential to steer this development onto a sustainable and green path. Carbon financing serves as a valuable revenue source to help cities earn additional income to support low-carbon development. https://accounts.brightcove.com/en/terms-and-conditions/ . --> https://accounts.brightcove.com/...
|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...
|6 Mar 2013||
Climate Action South Asia This ADB study examined the economic costs associated with the impacts of climate change, and the cost and benefits of adaptation in Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. Analyses show that the cost of...
|27 Feb 2013||
Climate Action South Asia: Information Update No. 2 (Economics of Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions in South Asia)
Climate Action South Asia This update explores the study, Economics of Reducing Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions in South Asia and examines low-carbon growth opportunities, GHG abatement potential, energy supply and demand activities, and non-energy activities focused on the three major...
|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...
|28 Nov 2013||
A new fund that targets climate change resilience in 25 Asian Cities will be provided by an innovative partnership between ADB, the UK Department for International Development (DFID) Foundation and Rockefeller Foundation. The goal is to leverage and scale up solutions to protect some of the world's most vulnerable urban communities...
|10 Oct 2013||
44212 44212-013 Outlines procedures for the preparation of environmental assessment documents for the Coastal Towns Infrastructure Improvement Project in Bangladesh to ensure environmental impacts are appropriately...