Climate change is now being felt at the dining table and the consumer’s wallet. The prices of food and many other products and services are soaring, and one of the causes is “climate change inflation”.
Yesim Elhan-Kayalar has over 30 years of work experience in development sector and academia in 27 countries. She has worked at local, national and regional levels to create long-term development solutions in education, energy, finance, public management, transport, and water sectors. Currently, she develops policy and knowledge solutions for high impact development assistance in Asia and the Pacific.
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Seaports, which are a lifeline for economies small and large, have been hit hard by COVID-19 disruptions. Using smart technology will help them rebound and could usher in a new era of equitable economic growth.
Developing economies in Asia have for years relied on partnerships with the private sector to pay for infrastructure projects. That could be in jeopardy during the pandemic.