COVID-19 has triggered interest in swapping national debt for action on climate change adaptation.
The COVID-19 pandemic could be an opportunity to take a more holistic approach to health and well-being, invest in health systems and in resilient supply chains.
Developing Asia has much to gain from leveraging the talent and experience of its older demographic.
Recent evaluation shows these elements are crucial to supporting economic growth and eradicating poverty without further harming the environment.
The start of May means birds, flowers and warmer weather in some parts of the world, but for ADB, it marks the biggest and busiest event in our calendar year – the Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors.
This year’s ADB Annual Meeting was the first to be carbon-neutral – with help from a wind farm in western India.
The Asia Pacific region is standing together to cooperate regionally to address the transnational threat posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Inclusive and resilient health systems will enable older people to live longer, healthier, and more productive lives.
Collecting taxes more efficiently allows countries to improve their balance sheets after the pandemic while promoting business investment and sustainable economic growth.
Creating a bankable project is not enough to automatically mobilize financing.