This report shows why encouraging young people to discover and drive solutions for Asia and the Pacific’s water sector can help unlock innovative fresh approaches, promote ownership, and ensure water security is inclusive and resilient. One quarter of the region's population is under twenty-five years old.

Latin America and the Caribbean is a region that stands out in the global energy sector. It boasts extraordinary natural resources – both fossil fuels and renewable energy – and a significant share of the world’s critical minerals.

Substantial model variability exists regarding the likely meteorological impact of climate change on Kenya, particularly with respect to future precipitation levels. Significant regional differences are expected, largely due to Kenya’s diverse climate profile.

This report provides a brief overview of the services that EVs can provide to the power system through smart charging, key challenges, and important factors to enable deployment, implementation requirements and way forward for the smooth integration of EVs in the grid.

Through 14 case studies from climate-hit communities in Africa, Asia and the Pacific Islands, this multi-author resource reveals the true impact of ‘non-economic loss and damage’. Unlike the destruction of infrastructure or assets, these harms cannot be easily quantified and are often overlooked.

The Department of Pharmaceuticals (DoP) has come out with a draft National Pharmaceuticals Policy (NPP) 2023 emphasising on a holistic policy approach to address the challenges faced by Indian pharmaceutical industries and provide definitive policy interventions to enhance the collective ecosystem.

This compendium, Powering India’s Future: Towards a People-Positive Energy Transition, delves into the complex landscape of India’s energy transformation journey.

The Central Electricity Authority (CEA) has notified the draft procedure for verifying the captive status of such generating plants, where captive generating plant (CGP) and its captive user(s) are located in more than one state.

A 25% rise in food insecurity increases the risk of conflict by 36%, while a 25% increase in the number of people without access to clean water increases the likelihood of conflict by 18%, says Institute for Economics and Peace.

Cameroon is in Africa’s top five countries for biodiversity yet is facing a devastating decline in species due to habitat loss, poaching, and illegal wildlife trade (IWT). The consequences of this decline go beyond ecological concerns, as they also impact the country's economy, socio-cultural fabric, and wider conservation efforts.