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The East and North-East Asian subregion is a driver of global economic growth, but its overreliance on fossil fuels, both as consumers and as exporters, contributes negatively to both localized pollution as well as global climate change. Concurrently, intra-subregional trade, investment and peopleto- people interactions have all massively increased in recent years, though many points of friction yet exist. In both cases, solutions exist to increase connectivity in the region in such a way as to be economically advantageous to States, citizens and the subregion as a whole, while also “greening” many processes and practices.

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