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#WorldWeWant Campaign on Climate Impacts

The Climate Action Network (CAN) #WorldWeWant Campaign on Climate Impacts drives collective action through the stories of communities affected by the climate crisis and serves as a clarion call for governments to address multiple and compounding crises to protect their citizens for a safe and resilient future. Through compelling, locally-produced, short smartphone videos we witness […]

Climate Action Forum during IGEM2020

The Dialogue on Clean Energy Potential for Southeast Asia – A Civil Society Perspective organised by CANSEA. Featuring our members from Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Vietnam, and India, it will be held on Friday 23 October at 2.00-4.00pm Malaysian time (06:00-0800 GMT). This event is part of the ongoing IGEM2020. For this event, our colleagues […]

Vietnam and ASEAN for a just COVID19 recovery and addressing climate change risk

Joint Statement to AWGCC by Civil Society Constituencies in ASEAN Member States The ability of CSOs to participate in the ASEAN Working Group on Climate Change (AWGCC) meeting is an important development in stakeholder engagement, which we highly appreciate. We hope this will become standard practice at all forthcoming meetings of the Working Group. We […]

Webinar on ‘Adaptation Fund projects in South and SoutheastAsia: Insights from CSO perspectives’

Adaptation Fund projects in South and South South-east Asia: Insights from CSO perspectives Regional webinarDate: 14th July 2020, Time: 11 AM to 12.30 PM GMTDuration: 90 Minutes Developing countries need significant amounts of finance to meet the challenges of climate impacts and to follow a path of low carbon development. The international community has set […]

CANSEA Annual Report 2019

The calendar year 2019 was a highly memorable and eventful one for Climate Action Network Southeast Asia (CANSEA) for addressing climate change issues in the region. Three member organisations took the lead in creating multistakeholder alliances in their countries, while our node facilitated discussions among CAN nodes in Asia and Australia. Further, CANSEA was invited […]

Transition In Action towards 100% Renewable Energy

Climate Action Network welcomes you to Transition in Action where we showcase and support the people who are accelerating the just transition from a world that relies on polluting fossil fuels to a world powered by 100% renewable energy. Renewable energy Fossil Fuel Fights Energy Efficiency This map showcases the Transition in Action. Where people […]

Membership

CANSEA Membership Procedure All applicants are required to submit the following information: Full name of organisation Its constitution or statutes, indicating its legal status in the country [in English] confirmation that it is an environmental NGO that is independent of both government and business and an indication of what work it is doing on climate change […]

Steering Committee

Organizational Structure of CANSEA CANSEA Steering Committee 3 members per country Facilitator of National Climate Change Group National Climate Change Groups formed to make sure all partners involved in decision making Regional Secretariat Host country – Rotate every two years to member countries to manage the secretariat 1992-1993 – Indonesia 1994-1995 – Philippines 1996-1997 – Malaysia […]

About CANSEA

CANSEA Guiding Principles One of the CANSEA abiding principles is that no single country should dominate CANSEA and that as many NGOs as possible should gain experience in running the Reg. Secretariat. Hence the Secretariat has been rotated every 2 years with the expectation that the Reg. Coordinator oppointed by the national node has had some experience in […]

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