ADB OpEd: Asia-Pacific could lead low-carbon future - Takehiko Nakao and Yvo De Boer

This summer has seen Asia and the Pacific rocked by intense and unstable weather, bringing into even greater focus the need to build resilience against climate change and extreme weather. Read the full article here.


Publish Date: 8th September 2016

Last Updated: 7th November 2016

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ADB OpEd: Breaking Asia’s data drought - Bambang Susantono

15th June 2016
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Many parts of Asia have been gripped by searing temperatures and the worst drought in decades. Millions of people face shortages of food or water, leading to the loss of lives, livelihoods, crops, and livestock. As water shortages depress productivity, reduce energy output at hydro plants, and cut food exports, economies are suffering.

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GMS climate change experience informs emerging global adaptation index

14th October 2015
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A new initiative is looking to build a global adaptation index to track and compare how countries are faring in response to climate change challenges.

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