The main highlights of the UN climate conference in Katowice are the 4 “Cs” of coordination, capacity building, coherence, and champions.
Blog posts on "Nationally Determined Contributions"
With little over a year to go, there is no margin for delay in setting the rules to implement the Paris Agreement on climate change.
International carbon markets, if developed in a credible way, can play a vital role in accelerating climate action.
Meeting the region's clean energy needs will help Asian countries grow without compromising their climate commitments.
While coal will still keep the grid up and running for now, renewable energy-based distributed systems can meet growing demand in the near future.
Most developing countries are ill equipped to handle an influx of international climate finance. Fiji and Lao PDR, though, are making progress.
Together, we must build the capacity of institutions in the region to cope with shocks.
Achieving carbon neutrality at ADB demonstrates that we back up our words with concrete actions.
Bonds that reduce foreign exchange risk are a great way to finance environmentally friendly infrastructure in developing Asia.
A country’s success in attracting international climate finance depends on the enabling environment in place to facilitate projects.