“Internet plus agriculture" can revitalize the country’s villages and boost productivity – if the government and the private sector work together.
To unlock investments in energy efficiency, we must remove financing barriers to small projects and attract more institutional capital.
Cities can play a bigger role in food security while building a sense of community and the pathways to a green economy.
Digital consultations and data collection are less time consuming than conducting face-to-face consultations. But meticulous attention to processes, contexts and results is needed.
Central Asia’s long-term economic prosperity depends upon participation in global value chains and upgrading to higher value-added activities.
The right policies can bring a new golden age of innovation for developing countries in Asia.
Effective risk management for flash flood disasters is now achievable, thanks to 21st century technological advances in communication technology, spatial data analysis, and weather prediction.
It is time to establish partnerships and expand to a whole-of-society approach to cope with the disasters and crises that are increasingly threatening developing countries.
Fostering a culture of inclusion is a highly complex, long-term process. The corporate world and other players in private sector need to do their part to maximize opportunities for all genders.
As countries in Asia and the Pacific make the transition to renewable energy in a post COVID-19 world, they should strive to ensure clean energy is available to everyone, everywhere and around the clock.