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2016 Climate Change Financing Database

Asian Development Bank

The Climate Change Financing Database presents the Asian Development Bank's projects that support climate change actions. In 2016, ADB delivered over $4.4 billion in climate finance: $3.7 billion from its internal resources and $701 million from external sources. ADB is committed to scaling up its climate financing to $6 billion by 2020—$4 billion for mitigation and $2 billion for adaptation—by assisting its developing member countries transition to low carbon and climate-resilient economies.

ADB Data Portal

Asian Development Bank

The ADB Data Portal provides access to ADB datasets (by topic, format, publisher, author, license, and country), groups (with selective data access/view), stories (data interpretation), and topics (sectors).

ADB Data Portal

Asian Development Bank

The ADB Data Portal provides access to ADB datasets (by topic, format, publisher, author, license, and country), groups (with selective data access/view), stories (data interpretation), and topics (sectors).

ADB Project Explorer

Asian Development Bank

The ADB Project Explorer is a geomapping instrument, approved for internal use only, showcases ADB results, tracks ADB projects on the ground, and other information. It displays ADB's sovereign operations by country, sector, status, and commitment year, and offers additional thematic layers, map styles (streets, grey, satellite, hybrid, oceans), and project map view.

2016 Climate Change Financing Database

Asian Development Bank

The Climate Change Financing Database presents the Asian Development Bank's projects that support climate change actions. In 2016, ADB delivered over $4.4 billion in climate finance: $3.7 billion from its internal resources and $701 million from external sources. ADB is committed to scaling up its climate financing to $6 billion by 2020�$4 billion for mitigation and $2 billion for adaptation�by assisting its developing member countries transition to low carbon and climate-resilient economies.

ADB Transport DataBank

Asian Development Bank

The Transport DataBank website contains transportation data that are available in the public domain, as well as calculation models, collectively termed �Asia Pacific Transport Models�, tailored to 40 developing member countries in Asia and the Pacific. The information is provided through the database, model, country profiles, and think pieces, along indicators in six categories (equipment, activity, infrastructure, energy and environment, safety, and socio-economic).

The Climate Change Financing Database presents the Asian Development Bank's projects that support climate change actions. In 2016, ADB delivered over $4.4 billion in climate finance: $3.7 billion from its internal resources and $701 million from external sources. ADB is committed to scaling up its climate financing to $6 billion by 2020—$4 billion for mitigation and $2 billion for adaptation—by assisting its developing member countries transition to low carbon and climate-resilient economies.

The ADB Data Portal provides access to ADB datasets (by topic, format, publisher, author, license, and country), groups (with selective data access/view), stories (data interpretation), and topics (sectors).

The ADB Data Portal provides access to ADB datasets (by topic, format, publisher, author, license, and country), groups (with selective data access/view), stories (data interpretation), and topics (sectors).

The ADB Project Explorer is a geomapping instrument, approved for internal use only, showcases ADB results, tracks ADB projects on the ground, and other information. It displays ADB's sovereign operations by country, sector, status, and commitment year, and offers additional thematic layers, map styles (streets, grey, satellite, hybrid, oceans), and project map view.

The Climate Change Financing Database presents the Asian Development Bank's projects that support climate change actions. In 2016, ADB delivered over $4.4 billion in climate finance: $3.7 billion from its internal resources and $701 million from external sources. ADB is committed to scaling up its climate financing to $6 billion by 2020�$4 billion for mitigation and $2 billion for adaptation�by assisting its developing member countries transition to low carbon and climate-resilient economies.

The Transport DataBank website contains transportation data that are available in the public domain, as well as calculation models, collectively termed �Asia Pacific Transport Models�, tailored to 40 developing member countries in Asia and the Pacific. The information is provided through the database, model, country profiles, and think pieces, along indicators in six categories (equipment, activity, infrastructure, energy and environment, safety, and socio-economic).

Urban solutions pathways

ADB's Vision of Livable Cities

Cities contribute to national economic growth, but they can be polluted and overcrowded. Asia’s rapidly developing cities face inadequate basic services, environmental degradation, and increasing poverty. “Livable Cities” is ADB’s vision and approach to urban development. ADB works to support the transformation of developing cities in Asia and the Pacific into safe, sustainable urban centers.

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