The Asia Pacific Association of Forestry Research Institutions (APAFRI) is an association of institutions with an active interest in forestry research, conservation, management and other forestry related matters in the Asia Pacific region.
The establishment of APAFRI was prompted by the need to provide a viable institutional framework for research collaboration in the region. After some initial discussions during a seminar in Kuala Lumpur, January 1992, a draft constitution was prepared, and subsequently revised and adopted during the meeting of Heads of Forestry Research
Organizations in the Asia Pacific in Bogor, Indonesia, on 21 February 1995. APAFRI was officially launched then, and currently it has 66 institutional members and 10 individual members.
China Carbon Emission Reduction Association (abbreviated as CCERA) is a non-profit membership organization of low carbon industry subsidiary to China New Energy Chamber of Commerce of All China Federation of Industry and Commerce.
CCERA comprises of diversified entities such as enterprises owning low-carbon project, carbon credit buyers, consulting company, certificate authority, exchange, law firms, academic institutions and NGO.
CCERA is engaged in connecting the government with enterprises and social institutions as a bridge for communication and cooperation. The main function and services are as follows: participating in policy formulation and assisting government department in promoting industrial development; presenting shared interests of members; conducting industrial survey, study and consulting service; organizing international exchange and cooperation events as well as vocation training.
|The German-Thai Chamber of Commerce (GTCC) in Bangkok is a member of the worldwide German Chamber network (AHKs), with 120 locations in 80 countries around the world. With nearly 480 member companies GTCC is one of the biggest foreign Chambers of Commerce in Thailand and offers a strong network and platform to boost your business. |
With an experience of over 50 years and a team of 30 professional employees with intercultural competency, country-specific expertise and a deep knowledge of the German and Thai markets, GTCC provides services to German and Thai companies and acts as a strategic partner between the two economies. GTCC supports companies and institutions from both countries in opening up new trade and investment opportunities.
For ten years, The Gold Standard has pioneered the way climate change is addressed. Established in 2003 by WWF, The Gold Standard is the only certification standard trusted and endorsed by more than 80 NGOs worldwide.
Its 'results based finance' approach - in which individuals, corporations and governments buy credits against verified emission reductions and sustainable development outcomes - is channelling more than half a billion Euros into 900+ low carbon development projects that would otherwise not have gone ahead.
|The Independent Power Producers Forum (IPPF) is an international non-profit NGO of senior executives and decision-makers and related firms with energy business commitments in Asia, Europe and allied regions.|
We are an active catalyst for positive change with a unique “fraternal” organizational atmosphere. We cover all key entities and sectors relating to power generation: Gas, Coal, Oil, LNG, Nuclear, Bio-Fuel, Geo-Thermal Hydro, Legal, Finance, Insurance, Security, Equipment, Infrastructure, Alternative, Renewable and Sustainable Technologies, etc.
The IPPF leads the “New Energy” parade for Energy Efficiencies (EESCO’s) Pollution Prevention (P2/E2), GHG Trading, Energy Security, Waste-to-Energy, Standby Power, Smart Grid, Distribution / Transmission Restructuring.
|The MALAYSIA GREEN BUILDING CONFEDERATION (MGBC) is a not-for-profit organization promoting sustainable buildings in Malaysia, and is supported by the professional, industrial and government sectors.|
MGBC aims to be the leader in Green Building in Southeast Asia and to become the main promoter of green practice, and the main sustainability reference organization within the growing construction market sector; and to be the key driving force towards a Sustainable Built Environment in Malaysia.
For more information on the Confederation, please visit our official website at www.mgbc.org.my or Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pages/Malaysia-Green-Building-Confederation-MGBC/86947498436.
The Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS), represents the interests and provides a common platform for companies in Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency, Carbon Development and Trading, and Financial Institutions to meet, discuss, collaborate and undertake viable projects together.
The Association extends its focus to include Capacity Building, Technology Strengthening and Market Intelligence assisting its members in achieving Sustainable Growth locally and regionally via enterprise development, market development, training and learning platforms.
SEAS plays a strategic role in aiding the realisation of Singapore’s vision, to be a Global Clean Energy Hub where products and innovative solutions are developed, adopted and exported. SEAS has also built strategic relations with regional clean energy industry organisations, multilaterals and key government institutions enabling collaboration opportunities for its members.
WADE is a non-profit research and advocacy organization that was established in June 2002 to accelerate the worldwide deployment of decentralized energy (DE) systems. National cogeneration and DE organizations, DE companies and providers, as well as a range of national governments now back WADE. In total, WADE's direct and indirect membership support includes over 200 corporations around the world.
It is the worldwide representative organization for those parties seeking the economic and environmental benefits of decentralized energy (DE) generation - including high efficiency cogeneration (also known as combined heat and power, CHP) and decentralized renewable energy technologies. For more information on WADE visit www.localpower.org.