Asia’s urban population is rapidly growing. Expanding industrial development and increasing motorisation have adverse impacts on the environment by deteriorating air quality, increasing greenhouse gas emissions and contributing to climate change. Po... More
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- Environment & Natural Resources
- Urban & Industrial Development
- Good Governance
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The UNFCCC negotiations on climate change are heading towards the adoption of a new global climate agreement in 2015 and to come into effect in 2020. During the 19th conference of the parties (COP 19) of the UNFCCC-Process in November 2013 in Warsaw ... More
Food security exists when all people, at all times, have physical and economic access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food that meets their dietary needs and food preferences for an active and healthy life. Agriculture is one of the main economic ... More
In most Asian countries, rice is the main staple food. The production systems mainly comprise smallholders who produce either for themselves or for the local market. Only about five per cent of the quantity grown is exported. Rice is thus the most im... More
Introduction Ports are commercial, logistic and industrial nodes at the intersections of international trade and play a key role in the economic development of their countries and regions. As traffic in the ports continues to grow port authorities an... More