Technology is crucial to the transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy but it must be accompanied by community-wide behavior changes if it is to be successful, particularly in developing countries.
As the region recovers from the pandemic there is an opportunity to rethink how development is undertaken and to deploy mission-oriented approaches to policy making.
As the region builds back from the pandemic, now is the time to invest in knowledge management. The investment will pay off with interest over the long term.
Practical approaches can improve how we promote development research, and increase uptake by policymakers
A wealth of knowledge – knowhow and wisdom – rests with the officials, professionals, practitioners and communities. The challenge is to unleash the untapped power of this information.
ADB shares knowledge to better meet development needs throughout Asia and the Pacific.
Operations knowledge—if captured, shared, and reused—can greatly improve the design and implementation of future MDB projects.
The joint ADB-PRC Regional Knowledge Sharing Initiative is launching a website to serve as a platform for sharing the PRC’s experiences, methods, ideas and opinions on what works and what doesn’t in development.