The program will stimulate investments in projects that benefit air quality such as greenhouse gas reduction in energy, agriculture, transport, industrial, and urban development, among other sectors.
Collaborations with Makassar in Indonesia, Penang in Malaysia, Tbilisi in Georgia, and Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia are underway.
New ADB study says rail project will help fill gaps in the labor market by closing the distance between job seekers and job opportunities.
Prioritizing "heartware" alongside hardware and software associated with technology is key in the local government's livable city plan.
Local government leaders flex political muscle as they lean on technology and tap green financing and other innovative approaches to bolster resilience against climate change and other disruptions.
Although technology is not a silver bullet, capitalizing on digital solutions is critical to sustainable growth.
The project will reduce greenhouse gas emissions by an estimated 18,900 tons of carbon dioxide equivalent a year.
This report focuses on the practical steps cities can take to turn renewable energy systems that generate and distribute power independently into resilient infrastructure that creates benefits.
Municipal governments should assess, enhance, and deploy their revenue streams to make their cities more sustainable.