Amy Leung has over 20 years of experience in water and urban development. She was chair of ADB’s in-house Water Community of Practice from 2008 to 2014. Her expertise includes urban planning, water and sustainable development, public-private partnerships, and green cities. Ms. Leung’s work in ADB allowed her to complement her expertise with on-the-ground work on project design and implementation covering urban development and water management projects, as well as direct involvement in policy discussions with government and development partners.
Blogs by this Author
Published on Monday, 16 October 2017
To promote food security and curb migration, we need to shift from resource-intensive agriculture to smarter methods of food production.
Published on Wednesday, 27 July 2016
While big infrastructure works for developed countries, countries in developing Asia would benefit from complementary small-scale sanitation solutions that help more people.
Published on Wednesday, 10 February 2016
Urban densification encourages efficiency and conservation to make cities more sustainable and environmentally friendly.
Published on Monday, 23 March 2015
On World Water Day, it’s time to reflect on how several of Asia’s developing countries are especially vulnerable to floods. What can we do to better address this problem? Adopt a holistic approach to flood management and resilience.