This paper examines the establishment of the Shandong Green Development Fund; reviews its design, implementation, and impact; and assesses if this can be further developed and extended to other countries in the Asia and Pacific.
This publication provides an overview of low-cost rural tunnels in the context of developing countries in Asia and the Pacific. It explains benefits, methodologies, and costs, and how they contribute to the ADB Strategy 2030.
This publication highlights the features of the Shandong Green Development Fund (SGDF) to promote climate-friendly investments, particularly to support the transition of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) to a low-carbon future.
This publication describes an innovative financing solution for enhancing both financially bankable as well as environmentally sustainable infrastructure projects.
With support from ADB, the Government Housing Bank issued the 8.5 billion Thai baht (approximately $244 million) in sustainability bonds with 3- and 12-year maturities on 9 December.
ADB has supported Thailand’s first social bond issued by a state-owned financial institution under the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) social bond standards.
ADB has approved a $150 million loan for a facility aimed at accelerating Indonesia’s economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and catalyzing public and private funds to support green and bankable infrastructure projects.