This publication examines opportunities for pursuing pro-poor urban resilience initiatives to reduce the increasing impacts of heat stress faced by urban populations in Asia and the Pacific. Cities in the region are increasingly at risk of heat waves, which are expected to be more severe and persistent due to global warming.

This publication updates the 2015 carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) road map for the People's Republic of China (PRC).

This report reviews the evidence to establish which sources of sea-level rise projections are credible for the Pacific islands region. It examines the strengths, weaknesses, and uncertainties associated with various sources of information on sea-level rise in the Pacific.

A green recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic in Southeast Asia has the potential to create $172 billion in investment opportunities annually and generate more than 30 million jobs by 2030, according to a new Asian Development Bank (ADB) report.

This publication studies the potential impact of climate change on Sri Lanka’s vulnerable mountain ecosystem in order to help guide sustainable adaptation strategies.

This publication explores practical ways of providing disaster-resilient infrastructure along with significant co-benefits across Asia and the Pacific. Risks posed by natural hazards are expected to intensify as economies grow, urbanize, and grapple with climate change.

This report outlines economic prospects in developing Asia amid global turbulence and lingering pandemic risks. It discusses the implications of school closures and the invasion of Ukraine, and explores mobilizing taxes for development. Developing Asia’s outlook remains positive, with growth of 5.2% expected in 2022 and 5.3% in 2023.

This brochure outlines the challenges of air pollution in Asia and how these can be addressed. It gives an overview of the sources of air pollution and its impacts on health and the environment.

This paper provides available evidence-based data on urban nutrition in India and explores practical multisectoral interventions that can contribute to ADB's support for the implementation of the country's National Urban Health Mission.

This working paper proposes a framework for mainstreaming gender equality and social inclusion in energy system planning in Bangladesh.

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