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|21 Aug 2014||
南アジア経済に対する気候変動の影響を試算 アジア開発銀行（ADB）はこのほど、南アジアの６カ国（バングラデシュ、ブータン、インド、モルジブ、ネパール、スリランカ）を対象に、気候変動がもたらす影響とその予防策を経済的観点から分析した報告書『南アジアにおける気候変動と適応のコスト評価』（Assessing the Costs of Climate Change and Adaptation in South Asia)を発表し、化石燃料に依存した現在のような成長を続けた場合、これら6カ国の経済が2050年までに受けるマイナスの影響は年率1．8％で、...
|15 Aug 2014||
Climate Change May Slash 9% From South Asia’s Economy By 2100–Report Climate change will slash up to 9% off the South Asian economy every year by the end of this century if the world continues on its current fossil-fuel intensive path. The human and financial toll could be even...
|25 Jun 2014||
Climate Action South Asia: Information Update No. 5 (Assessing the Costs of Climate Change and Adaptation in South Asia)
Climate Action South Asia This issue describes an ADB study that examined the economic costs of climate change to the region over the range of climate change conditions expected in the future. Climate change will affect South Asia more than most other...
|18 Jun 2014||
This report synthesizes the results of country and sector studies on the economic costs and benefits of unilateral and regional actions on climate change in Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. brightcove.createExperiences();...
|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/...
|20 Aug 2014||
Climate change will sow confusion and concern as it unfolds across South Asia in coming decades. Home to a quarter of the world's population, this vast region will be hit harder than just about anywhere else. Sudden flooding, storms, droughtsand other hazards will upend lives, livelihoods, and economies. Climate...
|19 Aug 2014||
Special Address by ADB Vice President Bindu Lohani at the Book Launch of "Assessing the Costs of Climate Change and Adaptation in South Asia" on 19 August 2014 in Dhaka, Bangladesh (as drafted) Introduction Honorable Minister Anwar Hossain Manju, Secretary Shafiqur Rahman Patwari, distinguished guests, colleagues, ladies and gentlemen, good morning. I am...
|18 Aug 2014||
Climate change is likely to cause huge economic, social, and environmental damage to South Asia, a region already hard-pressed to lift a third of its 1.5 billion population out of poverty. Climate change is likely to cause huge economic, social, and environmental damage to South Asia, a region already hard-pressed to...
|14 Aug 2014||
Adaptation measures such as flood defences and climate-proofed infrastructure are essential to protect South Asia from the ravages of climate change, explains Mahfuzuddin Ahmed, ADB Principal Climate Change Specialist. See related report , news release , and infographic...