Asia and the Pacific, accounting for 60% of global CO2 emissions, face the critical task of decoupling economic growth from carbon emissions amid varied economic statuses, from high-income nations to emerging economies, each grappling with unique challenges.
Jesson Pagaduan joined the Economic Research and Development Impact (ERDI) department of the ADB in 2016. Prior to that, he taught econometrics in De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines, where he obtained his Master of Science in Economics. He works currently as an economic analyst and data scientist in the Macroeconomics Research Division in ERDI. His main research interests include development economics and regional economics.
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