The Asia LEDS Partnership (ALP), the 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.
From April to June 2020, 16 organizations and 39 individual members have joined the ALP. The new organization members include,
- Ecolog Institute, Germany
- Liaqat Corp Ltd. Pakistan
- Future Earth Ltd., United Kingdom
- Institute of Environmental Studies, University of Khartoum, United States of America
- Worldwide Development Corporation, United States of America
- Advisory Services for Resilient Agro-Food Systems (EC/ASRAFS), Belgium
- Alliance for Development and Population Services (ADEPS), Kenya
- Association GreenCom, Mali
- Conservation Alliance International, Ghana
- Department for International Development (DFID), United Kingdom
- New Generation Plantations Technical Assistance Ltd., United Kingdom
- Greendeeve-Sarl, Guinea
- Women and Men in Environment and Artificial Intelligence (WOMENVAI), France
- Corporativo Integral en, Mexico
- Suntuwe Electric, Chile
- Garo Consulting, Peru
The ALP now has 404 member organizations and 820 individual members associated with it.
The ALP membership is voluntary, cost-free, and unlimited in duration. It is open to individuals/organizations 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 organization) by completing a cost-free membership sign-up form.