The curricula in this section were developed by the Asia LEDS Partnership in response to members’ requests to have access to current and concise guidance in one location for LEDS practitioners working in Asia. These curricula comprise a synthesis of freely available online materials from a wide range of source organizations, with attention given to selecting training resources that help to answer key questions on “how to” advance LEDS action in Asia.
The types of training resources included are: webinars, e-learning modules, PowerPoint presentations, guidebooks, and supplementary materials. Appropriate audiences for training include: planners, policymakers, and implementers at the national and subnational levels; technical analysts, modelers, and researchers; businesses, project developers, and financial institutions.
The materials presented in these curricula do not necessarily reflect the views of the Asia LEDS Partnership, and are intended to present a range of perspectives and approaches offered across source organizations. Users are encouraged to select training based on their interests, prior knowledge, and time available.
Note: If you would like to contribute additional content, or have questions or comments, please contact the Asia LEDS Partnership Secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Asia LEDS Partnership would like to thank the following peer reviewers who volunteered their time to provide meaningful contributions on the content and structure, relevance, and usability of these ALP online curricula.
Track 1: Ms. Aurma M. Manlangit, Ateneo de Manila University School of Government, Philippines; Ms. Tanya Gaurano, Clean Air Asia, Philippines; Mr. Vic Aquitania, ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability, Philippines; Dr. Indu Murthy, Indian Institute of Science, India; Dr. Jonathan Salvacion, Mapua Institute of Technology, Philippines; Dr. Shree Raj Shakya and Prof. Balkrishna Sapkota, Tribhuvan University, Nepal
Track 2: Dr. Shobhakar Dhakal, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand; Ms. Aurma Manlangit, Ateneo de Manila University School of Government, Philippines; Dr. Alvin Culaba, De La Salle University, Philippines; Dr. Nguyen Anh Tuan, Dr. Nguyen Ngoc Hung, and Mr. Nguyen Minh Bao, Institute of Energy, Vietnam; Dr. Shree Raj Shakya, Tribhuvan University, Nepal; Dr. Haslenda Hashim, University Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia; Mr. Alexander Ochs and Mr. Philip Killeen, Worldwatch Institute
Track 3: Mr. Jonas Dallinger, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale (GIZ); Ms. Janie Rioux, Dr. Armine Avagyan, and Ms. Maria Nuutinen, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations; Mrs. Le Hoang Anh, Department of Science Technology and Environment, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Vietnam; Dr. Tran Van The, Institute for Agricultural Environment, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Vietnam; Mr. Tri Padukan Purba, SNV Netherlands Development Organisation; Dr. Florencia Pulhi, World Agroforestry Center (ICRAF) and Faculty, University of the Philippines Los Banos, Philippines; Dr. Mei Xie, World Bank