A grant-supported study is looking into the market potential of tradeable certificates and how countries can set up a regional system.
The International Atomic Energy Agency is piloting the application of nuclear solutions to plastics recycling in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Thailand.
Review and Assessment of the Indonesia–Malaysia–Thailand Growth Triangle Economic Corridors: Integrative ReportThis report reveals how to boost the subregion's development based on the countries' physical connectivity and cross-border trade, while also mapping a new corridor.
The fast-growing Islamic finance industry, which manages almost $4 trillion in total assets worldwide, has the potential to support the climate agenda, but demand- and supply-side challenges need to be addressed to unlock Shari’ah-compliant capital for climate finance.
Riding the waves of innovations can help leapfrog Paris pathways.
Special Economic Zones for Shared Prosperity: Brunei Darussalam–Indonesia–Malaysia–Philippines East ASEAN Growth AreaThis publication explores how Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines can bolster cooperation in their special economic zones to spur sustainable growth.
This report examines how employers in Asia and the Pacific now want new hires to have higher digital skills, like digital design, data analytics, data science, machine learning, and programming.
To accelerate ASEAN's digital transition, the region needs to raise the quality of its universities and higher education institutions and be more inclusive.
Interconnecting power grids in the region is a key strategy in strengthening energy security and transitioning to renewables through efficient resource sharing.
Collaborations with Makassar in Indonesia, Penang in Malaysia, Tbilisi in Georgia, and Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia are underway.