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Asia's green transition will require more climate finance

Philanthropic organizations can support technological innovations

| South Asia
A farmer makes plantings on a floating seedbed made from invasive water hyacinths in Pirojpur district, Bangladesh: Modern-day green technologies can take inspiration from indigenous practices.   © Reuters

Marija Ralic leads APAC, the regional philanthropic arm of Google. Tristan Ace is chief program officer at the Asian Venture Philanthropy Network.

The U.N. Climate Change Conference late last year in Egypt brought back the focus on how climate change is disrupting sustainable development for communities across the globe, particularly in the Asia-Pacific region.

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