Extreme heat has a unique impact on women's lives in Asia and the Pacific. Effective, gender-responsive strategies are needed to build resilience and ensure women’s health and economic security.
To urgently close the adaptation gap, a new and innovative approach is needed in funding and financing climate change adaptation strategies.
The time to act against the changing climate is now, as the investments made today will determine the resilience of the Hindu Kush Himalaya region for generations to come.
The health sector is both a first responder to climate change and a major contributor to the problem. It should take a leading role in the far-reaching solutions needed to address the issue.
Decisive action is needed to improve air quality and cut carbon dioxide emissions in the capital of the Kyrgyz Republic.
No country can fight climate change alone. The countries of the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) program should take coordinated action to combat the increasing impacts of climate change and find sustainable solutions.
Climate change is creating uncertainties for companies around the world. With the right policies, governments can help them to navigate tumultuous times and support green transformation.
Climate change is threatening vulnerable communities throughout Asia and the Pacific. To minimize the losses, five key strategies should be pursued.
Finance ministries are empowered with functions that allow them to lead a comprehensive, government-wide approach to address climate change.
Developing countries in Asia and the Pacific are among the hardest hit when it comes to climate change and yet many have limited resources to address the issue. Valuing carbon as a commodity and developing the immature carbon market is an important strategy for the region moving forward.