ADB joins global effort on climate change
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The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has joined a global Public-Private Partnership (PPP) to provide the highest-quality scientific data and tools to help developing countries improve their climate change planning. ADB vice president for Knowledge Management and Sustainable Development Bindu L. Lohani said Asia is one of the world's most vulnerable regions to climate change. "This initiative will harness the best public and private sector climate data resources and tools so countries are fully equipped to plan for a more climate-resilient future," Lohani said.
Torres, T. (2015, June 12). ADB joins global effort on climate change. Philippine Start, p. B-4.
Climatic changes; Planning; Financing; Sustainable development; Public sector; Private sector; Data; Developing countries; Economics; Weather; Environmental protection; National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA); National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; American Red Cross; Esri Google; Inter-American Development Bank; Asian Development Bank (ADB); US Agency for International Development (USAID); US Geological Survey; Lohani, Bindu
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