The GrEEEn Cities Initiative brings together policies, strategies, sector plans, regulations, financial incentives, technologies, governance institutions, civil society, and private sector interventions.
Digital technology is a game changer in reducing remittance costs between overseas workers and developing countries in Asia.
The Lab gathers new ideas to encourage more private sector investment for environment-friendly projects in developing countries.
The basic education and skill set that powered "Factory Asia" needs realignment if Asia is to continue its upward trajectory.
The Philippines' SMART Money mobile financial service offers a solution for economies in South Asia, which heavily depend on remittances from overseas workers.
The Clean Air Scorecard Tool helped the most polluted cities to identify gaps in air quality management and introduce measures to rectify them.
What is needed: Increased financing, reliable supplies of affordable and effective medicines, improved data from health information systems, stronger implementation of national malaria programs, and leadership that looks beyond the health sector.
Efforts of the People's Republic of China to achieve environmentally balanced growth through eco-compensation have important global ramifications.
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