Carbon dioxide emissions per capita in low- and middle-income Asian nations result in the positive prevalence of lung and respiratory diseases.
Infrastructural and economic factors are the most important requirements to develop the current green bond market in Viet Nam.
Gross domestic product and income are more important in export patterns from the Russian Federation to the East Asia region.
The imposition of sanctions against the Russian Federation since 2014 has stimulated an increase in Russian energy exports to the Asia and Pacific region.
Importing liquefied natural gas can improve energy security in the People's Republic of China, Japan, and the Republic of Korea.
Strong policy frameworks should strengthen investment business cases with the right economic and regulatory drivers.
Oil price is the major component explaining fluctuations in food prices.
Rising oil prices benefit oil-exporting countries but have more diverse effects on oil-importing countries.
Hometown Investment Trust Funds offer an innovative way to finance renewable energy projects and improve energy security.