Businesses in Asia and the Pacific are discovering that putting women in leadership positions is good for business and good for the economy overall.
Solid waste challenges in the Pacific must be addressed at the island, regional, and ocean level.
The People’s Republic of China has shown how buses can be used to dramatically increase the number of people vaccinated against COVID-19. The region should follow their example.
Asia’s cities must become greener, more inclusive, more competitive, and more resilient to build forward better and be better places to live.
The risk of “de-risking” – the process of international banks disassociating from financial partners, such as small remittance providers and local banks – is that it could push people out of the financial system completely.
Protecting and managing the water supply, even in the face of threats and challenges, is a key responsibility for utility companies and governments across the Pacific region.
Harnessing advanced smart port technologies can enhance physical and economic resilience of “lifeline” ports in the Pacific.
The immense distance between islands in the Pacific creates challenges for accessing resources, particularly for women. Targeted policies, tailored for their needs, are required.
Strong remittance inflows should be used as an opportunity to strengthen the systems that help overseas workers and their families back at home.