GMS Environmental Performance Assessment, 2006-2016

This report examines the environmental situation in the Greater Mekong Subregion based on a 10-year environmental performance assessment.

The assessment was conducted by the GMS Environment Operations Center, using the driver–pressure–state–impact–response model to examine the consequences of rapid economic development in the subregion, identify the major natural resource and environmental issues, and determine the effectiveness of responses by the GMS member countries.

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GMS Environmental Performance Assessment 2006​-2016.pdf 6 MB 09-12-2018

Publish Date: 24th October 2018

Last Updated: 9th December 2018


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Digital Technologies for Advancing Food Security, Climate Action and Environmental Sustainability

14 to 15 March 2019
Event

To assess current status of application of digital technologies in four areas:

1.Sustainable agriculture

2.Food traceability

3.Climate action (mitigation and adaptation)

4.Environmental sustainability

 

To solicit views from the representatives of the government, private sector, development partners and academia on most appropriate technologies, needs and gaps, and future priorities for action in the GMS

 

To identify opportunities for public-private partnerships in deployment of digital technologies in the GMS

 

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Consultation Workshop on GMS Climate Change and Environment Sustainability Program (CCESP)

1 to 2 April 2019
Event

Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) Climate Change and Environment Sustainability Program (CCESP): The proposed knowledge and support technical assistance (TA) on CCESP will build on the key achievements of two phases of the Core Environment Program and support the implementation of the GMS Core Environment Program Strategic Framework and Action Plan 2018-2022, which was endorsed at the Fifth GMS Environment Ministers’ Meeting held in 2018. The CCESP will focus on creating enabling conditions to leverage additional investment in priority areas such as (i) green technologies and sustainable infrastructure; (ii) natural resources and ecosystem services; and (iii) green growth, climate resilience and disaster risk management.

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