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Jörn Brömmelhörster

Coordinator, Regional Knowledge Sharing Initiative (RKSI)


  • 01 Oct 2013 | Books

    Economics of Climate Change in East Asia

    This regional study examines how strategies for adapting to climate change up to 2050 can be combined with measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in East Asia.

  • 23 Oct 2013 | News from Country Offices

    気候変動に対応したインフラ整備は 日本にとって経済合理的-ADB報告書

    【東京、2013年10月23日】アジア開発銀行(ADB)はこのほど、日本、中国、韓国、モンゴルの東アジア4カ国を対象に、気候変動に伴う自然災害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『東アジアにおける気候変動の経済分析』(Economics of Climate Change in East Asia)を発表した。日本については、インフラの整備や沿岸部の防災インフラ強化により、気候変動に伴って大型化する台風や海面上昇による多大な経済損失を最小限に食い止めることが可能としている。

  • 23 Oct 2013 | News from Country Offices

    Climate-proofed Infrastructure Would Help Japan Avoid Hefty Losses

    Japan could avoid hefty economic losses from fierce climate-change induced cyclones and rising sea levels if it improves its infrastructure and protects its coastal areas, a new report from ADB says.

  • 18 Oct 2013 | News from Country Offices

    Mongolia Must Spend Up to $560 Million a Year to Climate-proof Infrastructure

    Mongolia needs to spend up to $560 million per year between 2010 and 2050 to ensure its infrastructure can withstand severe weather conditions, a new report from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) says.

  • 17 Oct 2013 | News Release

    $44 Billion a Year Needed to Protect PRC Infrastructure from Extreme Weather

    More than one million people living in the coastal areas of the People’s Republic of China could be displaced, with a landmass four times the size of Hong Kong, China submerged by 2050, if the country does not take action to prepare for rising sea levels and more intense cyclones, a new report from ADB warns.

  • 17 Oct 2013 | News Release