This is the advisory note 'El Niño 2014/2015: Policy implications for Asia and the Pacific' of November 2014, developed jointly by the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) and the Regional Integrated Multi-Hazard Early Warning System for Africa and Asia (RIMES). The advisory gives an overview of El Niño and its risks, actual and potential impacts on the climate in Pacific Island countries and on climate-sensitive sectors, and provides policy recommendations.
Presentation by Ali Sökmen "Connectivity in SSWA and the G20 Presidency of Turkey" presented at the Policy Dialogue on Strengthening Transport Connectivity in Southern Asia, held on 19-20 Nov2014 at Le Meridien Hotel, New Delhi.
Presentation by Dr.Esmaeil Tekyeh Sadat "Transport Connectivity to Social Networking" presented at the Policy Dialogue on Strengthening Transport Connectivity in Southern Asia, held on 19-20 Nov2014 at Le Meridien Hotel, New Delhi.
The Asia-Pacific Trade Economists’ Conference was organized to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Asia-Pacific Research and Training Network on Trade (ARTNeT) and to receive views and feedback from current ARTNeT members, partners, government focal points and other stakeholders about the role ARTNeT should play in trade policy formulation and the development of research capacity as ARTNeT goes forward into its next phase of operations.
Presentation by Azher Ali Choudhry on "Potential and Prospects of Strengthened Transport Connectivity for Regional Economic Integration in Southern Asia" presented at the Policy Dialogue on Strengthening Transport Connectivity in Southern Asia, held on 19-20 Nov2014 at Le Meridien Hotel, New Delhi.
This is the programme for the South Asia Subregional Economic Cooperation (SASEC) Trade Facilitation Workshop: Sanitary/Phytosanitary and Technical Barriers to Trade, 1-3 December 2014, Bangkok, Thailand.
This model is a reference point for the collective work of the Transport Division and Member Countries on the analysis of land and land-cum-sea transport routes that facilitate trade within Asia and with global markets.