Far-reaching efforts are needed to reduce Asia's emissions and realize a 1.5°C temperature drop required to fight climate change and associated threats to sustainable development.
The COVID-19 crisis has severely affected employment and education in member countries of the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation.
Night-time light intensity data are useful for understanding economic dynamics not only at the country level but also by regions within a country.
Green buildings have been recognized as an important pathway to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions from the construction and building sectors.
One of the ways to attract private sector involvement in information and communication technology infrastructure is by creating a steady stream of income for the investors.
The road to recovery from the pandemic may be daunting, yet economic trends suggest the potential for the recovery process to positively influence socioeconomic development in Central Asia.
Innovation, firm strategy, and government support are important for firms to adapt successfully to COVID-19.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the income of all households, regardless of their economic status.
Female household heads are more inclined to adopt cleaner sources of residential heating.
Spanning from the People’s Republic of China through Central Asian countries along the Caspian Sea to Europe, the Trans-Caspian Corridor is an increasingly important channel for transportation and cross-border trade.
Infrastructure development can give Central Asian economies an important boost for maintaining growth momentum, eradicating poverty, and addressing climate change.