Clean Air Asia Partnership Members

The members are the foundation of the Clean Air Asia Partnership. Through their activities, they contribute to the implementation of the Clean Air Asia Partnership Strategy. The partnership approach brings together relevant stakeholders from local and national government agencies, non-government organizations, academic and research institutions, the business sectors, and development agencies and foundations who are interested in improving air quality, sustainable transport, energy use and urban development in major cities in Asia.


PARTNERING WITH CLEAN AIR ASIA

We invite companies to partner with Clean Air Asia in working with cities for better air quality and livable cities. All private sector partners are entitled to placement of their corporate logo on the Clean Air Asia website and major publications. Potential benefits are the opportunity to engage with regulators and other stakeholders to strengthen policies and regulatory enforcement, enhanced reputation as a good corporate citizen, and corporate stewardship to improve the lives of citizens and employees.


Sponsor the Better Air Quality Conference

Reach out to over 500 practitioners and policymakers working on air quality, transport and climate change through the Better Air Quality Conference (www.baqconference.org). Several sponsorship packages are available for private sector companies: Diamond ($30,000), Platinum ($15,000) and Gold ($7,500). Corporate sponsors receive admission tickets, booth space, and the company logo is included in all BAQ Conference publicity materials.

Combined package (Membership and BAQ Sponsorship)
$50,000 per year (covering $35,000 support for CAI-Asia and $15,000 for Diamond Sponsorship at BAQ) for the same benefits under Membership and BAQ Sponsorship mentioned above


How to join the Clean Air Asia Partnership:
Register your organization by completing the Partnership Application Form and send to gianina.panopio (at)cleanairasia.org

How to update your members profile
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/membershipverify


Commitment of Members

The Clean Air Asia Partnership members are committed to promote better air quality management and livable cities by:

  • Encouraging the development and adoption of sound science as the basis of air quality management, sustainable transport, clean energy and urban development;
  • Stimulating the development and implementation of policies, programs and projects covering air quality, vehicle and industrial emissions, and energy use;
  • Fostering coordination and cooperation with other regional programs and initiatives relating to air quality management, sustainable transport, clean energy and urban development in Asia;
  • Participating at the Clean Air Asia Partnership meeting every two year that coincides with the Better Air Quality (BAQ) Conferences

Benefits

The Partnership members meet once every two years in a meeting that coincides with the Better Air Quality (BAQ) conferences. Members of the Clean Air Asia Partnership can avail of these benefits:

  • An organization profile in the Clean Air Asia's website
  • First to receive Clean Air Asia publications, newsletters, activities and events announcements
  • Primary consideration for cooperation in activities or projects as partners in the area of air quality and climate change, clean fuels and vehicles, green freight and logistics, and sustainable urban development and transport
  • Access to the Clean Air Asia help desk in the area of air quality and climate change, clean fuels and vehicles, green freight and logistics, and sustainable urban development and transport
  • Access to the Clean Air Asia network of experts, policy makers and other key stakeholders
  • An electronic membership certificate

Governance

The Partnership governance framework, operating arrangements and mechanisms, operating principles are provided in the Operating Guidelines.

The Partnership is led by the Partnership Council whose current members are

  • Cities: Mary Jane C. Ortega, Regional Network of Local Authorities for the Management of Human Settlements (CITYNET)
  • Government: Elly Sinaga, Ministry of Transport, Indonesia
  • Non-government organizations and Academic & Research Institutions: Prof. Wing-Tat Hung, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  • Private Sector: Mr. Klaus Burger, MAHA Maschinenbau Haldenwang GmbH & CO., KG, Germany
  • Development agencies and foundations: Mr. Roland Haas, GIZ, Germany

Advisors

  • City: Mayor Ir. H. Eddy Santana Putra, Palembang City, Indonesia
  • Development Agency: Choudhury Rudra Charan Mohanty, United Nations Centre for Regional Development (UNCRD)

CAI-Asia Partnership Members