December 2020 – Building community resilience to the impacts of climate change is essential in ensuring that vulnerable cities can thrive and survive but involving the community in the process is equally critical.
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December 2020 – Over the past decade, tourism has grown to become a vital economic sector for Viet Nam.
December 2020 – ADB is helping Marawi not just in the essential rehabilitation and recovery work, but also in ensuring that the rebuilding process is carried out with future climate resilience and sustainability in mind.
December 2020 – Nearly one-third of Pakistan’s 210 million citizens live on daily, piece-rate wages. COVID-19 has dealt a severe blow to the economic resilience of those least able to afford it.
December 2020 – More than 4,000 households and about 20,000 residents in Mandalay’s Amarapura township have been hit by flashfloods caused by a river embankment that collapsed on 19 July 2020.
December 2020 – Decisive action on climate change must be at the heart of any resilient recovery from COVID-19, according to the Government of Bangladesh.
December 2020 – Gotong royong is highly respected in Indonesian society, especially by those who live in informal settlements where close kinship relationships are crucial for overcoming obstacles.
August 2020 – ADB’s Urban Climate Change Resilience Trust Fund (UCCRTF) has delivered patient monitoring and transport vehicles to Marawi City Health Office and Lanao del Sur Integrated Provincial Health Office on 27 February 2020 and 3 April 2020.
August 2020 – ADB’s UCCRTF has begun working on a number of case studies looking at the economic benefits of investment in urban resilience.
August 2020 – According to the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), 2020 is a year of urgency ambition and action to address the crisis faced by nature, and an opportunity to fully integrate nature-based solutions to global climate action.
August 2020 – Parks, green spaces, and plant-covered hills are an effective defence against storm surges and tsunamis, according to a Stanford University study.
August 2020 – Viet Nam’s marine resources deliver huge benefits to the country’s economy, as well as providing countless ecosystem services to its large coastal zone.