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This publication focuses on the Greater Mekong Subregional economic cooperation, which covers nine priority sectors: agriculture, energy, environment, human resource development, investment, telecommunications, tourism, transport infrastructure, and transport and trade facilitation. This cooperation, through support of ADB and other development partners, assists participating countries achieve the Millennium Development Goals through increased connectivity, improved competitiveness, and a greater sense of community (the three Cs).
Published: May 2012
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Date: 25 July 2012
A BBC article published today reports on the declining biodiversity of tropical forests in Asia, Africa, and South America, and how ongoing degradation to forest and land outside of protected areas poses a grave threat to biodiversity in broader landscape areas.
Read the BBC article here.more details
Date: 01 December 2008
A report on the first environmental performance assessment (EPA) conducted in Yunnan Province, PR China. The assessment covers seven environmental concerns: land degradation, threats to biodiversity, inland water pollution, inadequate waste management, forest degradation, the impact of natural disasters and climate change.more details