i. SOM for the Preparation of the 17th ASEAN Ministerial Meeting on Environment (AMME)
ii. 17th ASEAN Ministerial Meeting on Environment (AMME)
iii. 18th Meeting of Committee under COP to AATHP (COM-18)*
iv. 18th Meeting of Conference of the Parties to AATHP (COP-18)*
v. 4th ASEAN Eco-schools and 2nd ASEAN Youth Eco-champions Award Ceremony
vi. ASEAN Plus Three Environment Ministers Meeting
vii. ASEAN-Japan Ministerial Dialogue on Environmental Cooperation
viii. ASEAN-EU Minis
The ASEAN Youth Eco-Champions Award (AYECA) recognises young ASEAN Member States' (AMS) citizens, aged 18 - 35 years, who have made outstanding contributions to protecting the environment.
The AYECA Awards will be presented to two youth-champions from each AMS under two categories:
Junior Category (aged 18 - 25)
Senior Category (aged 26 - 35)
If you know someone who meets the following criteria, you are encouraged to nominate them to be selected as on of the Champions!
i. 9th PSC Meeting of ASEAN-Germany Cooperation on Biodiversity
ii. 25th Meeting of Governing Board of ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity (GB ACB)
iii. 34th Meeting of ASEAN Senior Officials on Environment (ASOEN)
iv. 17th ASEAN-Japan Dialogue on Environment
v. 19th ASEAN Plus Three Senior Officials Meeting on Environment (SOME)
vi. 5th ASEAN-EU High-Level Dialogue on Environment and Climate Change
vii. 3rd ASEAN-ROK Dialogue on Environment and Climate Change
viii. 2nd ASEAN-US S
Environmental Education (EE) has been defined as the process of helping people, through formal and non-formal/informal education, to acquire understanding, skills and values that will enable them to participate as active and informed citizens in the development of an ecologically sustainable and socially just society. Through EE, the dangers of poor environmental management and the disadvantages that arise from environmental neglect and degradation are explained and good environmental practice i
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), as envisaged by its Roadmap for ASEAN Community 2015, aims for a clean and green environment for the region, and resolves to promote sustainable development through environmental education and public participation. Environmental Education (EE) has been defined as the process of helping people, through formal and non-formal/informal education, to acquire understanding, skills and values that will enable them to participate as active and informed
ASEAN Guidelines on Eco-schools was developed at the Workshop on ASEAN Eco-schools Programme held on 26-28 June 2011 in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia, and endorsed by the ASEAN Environment Ministers at the 13th Informal ASEAN Ministerial Meeting on Environment (IAMME) on 18 October 2011 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
The Guidelines serves as a reference and as a regional standard for environmentally friendly model schools in the region. The Guidelines is used as a reference in the nomination of eco-schoo
The Guidelines on ASEAN Green Meetings aim to serve as a reference to support AMS/ ASEAN organs/ other entities in organising ASEAN-related meetings that are more resource-efficient and environmentally responsible. Given the number of meetings that ASEAN organises each year and as an intergovernmental organisation, ASEAN undoubtedly plays a pivotal role in setting a benchmark in this respect and in encouraging its AMS/ organs in becoming green meeting hosts/ organisers within the context of thei
London, 7 June 2022 – Today, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Secretariat and Cambridge Partnership for Education (Cambridge) reveal nine recommendations to tackle the biggest problems in education in Southeast Asia. The Cambridge-ASEAN policy brief is being launched at an event hosted by British Expertise International in partnership with the Ministry of Education and Training Viet Nam, represented by the Viet Nam Embassy in London.