This brief presents new projections on the economic impact of COVID-19 and highlights policy implications.
New analysis suggests that the impacts of climate change in Southeast Asia may be larger than previously estimated, possibly reaching 11% of gross domestic product by 2100.
Myanmar’s agriculture sector offers substantial unexploited potential to underpin the country’s inclusive economic development.
With many environmental assets, and industrial pressure only beginning to develop, Myanmar could effectively form policies and regulations that ensure sustainable growth and conservation of key natural resources.
Southeast Asia is vulnerable to climate change, yet is also on a carbon intensive development trajectory.
This case study highlights key issues affecting the performance of the agriculture and natural resources sector in the Lao People's Democratic Republic.
This book presents an in-depth analysis of the sector reforms needed to enable the Kyrgyz Republic to achieve higher and more sustainable economic growth.