A key challenge is to transition from fossil fuels to next-generation clean energy without making consumers pay more.
Most developing countries are ill equipped to handle an influx of international climate finance. Fiji and Lao PDR, though, are making progress.
Together, we must build the capacity of institutions in the region to cope with shocks.
Achieving carbon neutrality at ADB demonstrates that we back up our words with concrete actions.
Bonds that reduce foreign exchange risk are a great way to finance environmentally friendly infrastructure in developing Asia.
The co-benefits of projects supported by the Future Carbon Fund have changed the lives of thousands of people.
A country’s success in attracting international climate finance depends on the enabling environment in place to facilitate projects.
As development institutions are expected to deliver more climate finance, ADB will play a more significant role in helping its developing member countries fulfill their climate pledges.
There are only eleven months left for countries to finalize the implementation framework for the 2015 Paris Agreement on climate change.
Vice-President Stephen Groff explains how ADB is helping the People’s Republic of China deliver environmentally sustainable growth and achieve its climate targets.