There is room for improvement on integrating the environmental aspects of the SDGs with national development processes.
ADB is helping strengthen environmental law capacity by developing teacher assets.
It is our responsibility too to protect wildlife and maintain the balance of nature in the face of smuggling.
Boosting investments in natural capital requires an accurate accounting of its economic value to guide policy-making.
ADB and the World Resources Institute have signed a knowledge partnership agreement to foster knowledge sharing and bring enhanced technical and advisory support to new projects at ADB.
Safeguards to avert damage that development projects can do to the environment and communities are essential in development finance.
For a lot of youth around the world, disasters and aid are just concepts—something they might view on television or read about online, but never actually experience first-hand.
There is no time left to debate whether saving our planet is too expensive, or to keep promoting socioeconomic models that are clearly not working.
Evidence shows that green and social finance are associated with positive environmental and social outcomes and can contribute to a more sustainable world.
The emergence of ‘blue carbon’ in the global carbon markets could help protect Southeast Asia's coastlines, but these habitats should be valued for more than their carbon.