2016 Climate Change Financing Database

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's Vision of Livable Cities

ADB’s vision is to transform the archetypical chaotic, polluted, inequitable cities of Asia and the Pacific into a competitive, equitable, environmentally sustainable, and climate resilient urban centers—in short, livable cities. This will require a new approach to city development, including how ADB supports that development.

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