The Asia LEDS Partnership (ALP), a voluntary regional network, has reached more individuals and organizations working within the public, private, and non-governmental sectors to advance low emission development in Asia. We are happy to share that the family is growing bigger and stronger.
In 2017, 21 organizations have joined the ALP.
- APT Consulting Group Co., Ltd. – Thailand
- Climate Change Secretariat, Ministry of Mahaweli Development and Environment – Sri Lanka
- Climate Smart Initiatives (Pvt) Ltd., Colegio de Bi_logos del Per_- Colegio Regional XXII Callao – Peru
- ECN – UK
- Fundaci_n Newenko – Chile
- Gobierno Regional de Arequipa – Autoridad Regional Ambiental – Peru
- Gram Bharati Samiti (GBS) – India
- Green House Resource Center, Hashoo Foundation – Pakistan
- INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING, PULCHOWK CAMPUS,TRIBHUVAN UNIVERSITY – Nepal
- Nusalaut Tourism Developer, Penang State Government – Malaysia
- Stockholm environment Institute – UK
- Syiah Kuala University – Indonesia
- Synergy Efficiency Solutions – Indonesia
- The Carbon Trust – UK
- UNEP DTU Partnership – France
- Viceministerio de Agua y Saneamiento B_sico – Colombia
- Vietnam Green Building Council – Vietnam
- WWF – Thailand
- ClimateWorks Australia
The ALP now has 211 member organizations and 477 individual members associated with it.
The ALP membership is voluntary, cost-free, and unlimited in duration. It is open to individuals/organisations from the sub-regions of East Asia, Southeast Asia, South Asia, Central Asia, and the Pacific. You could become an ALP member (as an individual or organisation) by completing a cost-free membership sign-up form.