Resources

 
10 Feb 2016
Public information and advocacy materials

This is the 2015 Asia-Pacific Trade and Investment Report brief for Asia and the Pacific.

 
9 Feb 2016
Official documents

This is a presentation given at the ARTNeT Seminar on "Assessment of the Nairobi Outcome and Implications for Asia and the Pacific", by Mr. Shishir Priyadarshi, Head of the Development Division of the WTO.

 
5 Feb 2016
Public information and advocacy materials

This is a programme for North-East Asia Development Cooperation Forum 2015 which was held in Tokyo, Japan from 31 October to 1 November 2015.

 
5 Feb 2016
Public information and advocacy materials
 
5 Feb 2016
Public information and advocacy materials
 
5 Feb 2016
Public information and advocacy materials

This stocktaking report attempts to provide an overview of big data, its use in the policymaking
context, the stakeholders and their roles and provides some suggested
actionable steps as a discussion stimulus for the “Big Data and the 2030 Agenda for
Sustainable Development: Achieving the Development Goals in the Asia and the Pacific
Region” meeting in Bangkok on 14 - 15 December 2015.
Critical data for global, regional and national development policymaking are still lacking.

 
5 Feb 2016
Public information and advocacy materials
 
4 Feb 2016
Official documents

This is a workshop programme for the "Training workshop on Trade Policy and Sustainable Development" held in Cambodia, 18-19 February 2016.

 
3 Feb 2016
Public information and advocacy materials

ROC-TF Newsletter, Issue XI

The ROC-TF newsletter is a biannual publication, which features updates, publications and forthcoming activities of regional and international organizations working on trade facilitation in the Asia-Pacific region.

1 Feb 2016
Manuals, guidelines, training materials

The magnitude of urbanization at the global level is associated with not only the concentration of resources, people, capital, and technologies but also patterns of resource consumption and its pressure on the environment. Cities require approximately 80% of the world’s energy and claim the same share of CO2 emission. Additional pressures from urban development have been put on water supplies, waste collection and treatment systems, biodiversity and other crucial resources (Engelke, 2012).

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