As stated on the project disclosure page, in supporting Asia and the Pacific region to combat climate change, ADB in 2021 announced its ambition to provide $100 billion in cumulative climate finance from its own resources by 2030, including $34 billion in cumulative adaptation finance. ADB has also committed to aligning its operations with the goals of the Paris Agreement, and to ensure that all project activities advance low-carbon and climate resilient-development pathways as stated in the Paris Agreement goals. Meanwhile, ADB's guidance documents in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic and in promoting Livable Cities also outline climate resilience as one of the pillars to build back better and to ensure inclusive, healthy, environmentally sustainable, and resilient cities. As a continuation of the support through UCCRTF, this TA will strengthen ADB's increased climate resilience ambition.
ADB Team Leader:
Hong Soo Lee - Senior Urban Specialist
No contacts available at the time of disclosure.
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