Infrastructure Asia, the ASEAN Lead Implementing Body for Sustainable Infrastructure (LIB-SI), and the ASEAN Secretariat, co-organised the 4th ASEAN Infrastructure Discussion Series as part of the ASEAN Marketplace at the Asia Infrastructure Forum (AIF) on 3 August in Singapore.
Through this session, public and private sector officials shared infrastructure projects and ideas for feedback from industry players. They also exchanged views on technical and financing requirements
1. Ministers responsible for the environment and their representatives from ASEAN Member States met in Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam on 13 October 2010 on the occasion of the 6th Meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the ASEAN Agreement on Transboundary Haze Pollution and the 12th Informal ASEAN Ministerial Meeting on the Environment. The Ministers reviewed on-going programmes on the environment to promote future regional cooperation on the environment.
2. The Ministers revie
The Twenty-Seventh ASEAN Transport Ministers (27th ATM) Meeting was convened on 11 November 2021, via video conference.
ACKNOWLEDGING the challenges that ASEAN is facing in the promotion and achievement of efficient and sustainable urban mobility of people and goods in cities and regions to support the objectives of economic development, social equity, safety, security, and environmental sustainability;
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This Report (SoER2) represents the second in the series of state of environment reporting of ASEAN. The SoER2 presents the status and condition of the environment and natural resources in ASEAN. The report highlights developments since the publication of SoER 1 in 1997, and therefore essentially covers the period of 1998 - 2000.
The SoER 2 coverage expanded to ten member countries as three new members - Myanmar , Lao PDR and Cambodia - joined ASEAN between 1997 and 1999. The SoER2 was publish
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) was established on 8 August 1967 in Bangkok, Thailand, with the signing of the Bangkok Declaration by the five original Member Countries namely Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand. Brunei Darussalam joined the Association on 8 January 1984. Vietnam became the seventh member of ASEAN on 28 July 1995. Laos and Myanmar was admitted into ASEAN on 23 July 1997.
The Bangkok Declaration united the ASEAN Member Countries in a j
ASEAN Secretariat. 2005. ISBN: 979-3496-15-0. The ASEAN Peatland Management Initiative (APMI) was adopted by ASEAN in 2003 to promote sustainable management of peatlands in the ASEAN region through collective actions and enhanced cooperation as well as to reduce risk of fire and associated regional haze and contribute to global environmental management.
The APMI provides the mechanism and framework for cooperation, contains objectives and principles, and includes a broad range of activities r
This Report (SoER3) represents the third in the series of state of environment reporting of ASEAN. The SoER 3 describes the environmental conditions in the region and developments in related sectors by providing and analysing relevant economic, social and environmental data and indicators; presents developments in key emerging issues, particularly global environmental issues and developments in socio-economic sectors, in recognition of the dynamics of environmental issues that transcend national