Membership Criteria

In order to be eligible for CANSEA membership the member must:

  1. Be an organization, individuals are not eligible for membership;
  2. Be recommended by preferably at least 2 bonafide members in good standing;
  3. Be independent from government and business sectors;
  4. Have climate change issues as its major concern;

Membership Application Process

All applicants are required to complete the CANSEA Membership Application Form, which can be found below and attach to it all required documentation. Applicants are then requested to send the application form to their National Coordinator, in the case of Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand (where CANSEA currently has a National node) and to the Regional Coordinator in all other cases. The following process will then take place.

For applications to National Nodes (Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand):

  • Once the application form and supporting documents are submitted to the National Node Coordinator, the National Coordinator will ensure all requirements are met, seeking any clarifications from the applicant.
  • The application will then be circulated to existing national members for comments for a period of 2 weeks.
  • Once this period is over and no comments have arisen, the application will be forwarded to the CANSEA Coordinator.
  • It will then be circulated to the other National Nodes Coordinators for comments. If there is no objection within 2 weeks, the Regional Coordinator will advise the National Node Coordinator of the application approval.
  • The National Node Coordinator will then inform the applicant of the decision of the application. The applicant will then be considered a CAN, CANSEA and National Node member.
  • The Regional Coordinator will then advise CANSEA and CAN of the new member and request the contact person be included on CANTalk.

For applications where there is currently no national node (all other countries in Southeast Asia):

  • Once the application form and supporting documents are submitted to the CANSEA Coordintor, the CANSEA Coordinator will ensure all requirements are met, seeking any  clarifications from the applicant.
  • The application will then be circulated to all existing CANSEA members for comments for a period of one month.
  • Once this period is over and no comments have arisen, the CANSEA Coordinator will then inform the applicant of the decision of the application. The applicant will then be considered a CAN and CANSEA member.
  • The Regional Coordinator will then advise CANSEA and CAN of the new member and request the contact person be included on CANTalk.

Membership Fee

Please note there are no membership fees to join CANSEA.

Membership Application Form

The CANSEA Membership Application Form seeks to capture all the information required to ensure CANSEA members meet the above criteria and requests the following:

  1. Full name of organisation;
  2. Organisation contact details;
  3. Its constitution or statutes, indicating its legal status in the country (in English)
  4. Details of the organisation’s democratic governance and accountability;
  5. List of current funders;
  6. A written undertaking that if the organisation is admitted, it will abide by the CANSEA Charter and CAN Charter

The PDF version of the CANSEA Membership Application Form can be found here.

Please return your application form to the relevant National/Regional Coordinator according to the application process above.

National Coordinators 2017:

  • Indonesia: Fabby Tumiwa (National Coordinator, ICAN)
  • Malaysia: Julia Lo (National Coordinator, MCCG)
  • Thailand: Wanun Permpibul (National Coordinator, CAN Thailand)
  • Regional Coordinator: Nithi Nesadurai (Regional Coordinator, CANSEA)

If you have any questions about the application process please contact the Regional Coordinator, here.

What can you do?

If you would like to help CANSEA address some of the pressing climate change issues we are facing, you can contact your local CANSEA organisation for more information on what you needs to be done in your country.

MEMBERSHIP OF CLIMATE ACTION NETWORK SOUTH-EAST ASIA (CANSEA)

as of August 2017

Indonesia – Indonesia CAN (I-CAN)
Organisation Contact Person
Institute for Essential Service Reform

Kompleks Bappenas No. R-13, Jalan Mampang Prapatan VIII, Mampang Prapatan, RT. 1/RW. 1, Tegal Parang, Jakarta Selatan, Jakarta 12790

Phone: +62 21 799-2945

www.iesr.or.id

Institute for Essential Service Reform (IESR)

Fabby Tumiwa*(National Coordinator, ICAN) fabby.tumiwa@gmail.com

WWF-Indonesia

Gedung Graha Simatupang, Tower 2 Unit C Lantai 7, Jalan Letjen TB Simatupang Kav. 38, Jakarta Selatan 12540, Indonesia

Phone: +62 21 782-9461

www.wwf.or.id

WWF Indonesia

Indra Sari Wardhani iwardhani@wwf.id

Pelangi Foundation Indonesia

www.pelangi.or.id/home

Pelangi Indonesia-Yayasan Pelangi Indonesia

 

Malaysia – Malaysian Climate Change Group (MCCG)
Organisation  Contact Person
Centre for Environment, Technology and Development Malaysia (CETDEM)

17, Jalan SS2/53, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

Phone: +603 7875-7767

www.cetdem.org.my

Centre for Environment, Technology and Development (CETDEM)

Anthony Tan ed@cetdem.org.my

Environmental Protection Society Malaysia (EPSM)

P. O. Box 382, Pejabat Pos Jalan Sultan, 46740 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

Phone: +60 3 2857-5113

www.epsm.org.my

Environmental Protection Society Malaysia (EPSM)

Nithi Nesadurai (Regional Coordinator, CANSEA) nithiya@pc.jaring.asia

Global Environment Centre (GEC)

2nd Floor, Wisma Hing, 78, Jalan SS2/72, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

Phone: +603 7957-2007

www.gec.org.my

Global Environment Centre (GEC)

Julia Lo (National Coordinator, MCCG) julialo@gec.org.my

Malaysian Nature Society (MNS)

JKR 641, Jalan Kelantan, Bukit Persekutuan, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Phone: +603 2287-9422

www.mns.my

Malaysian Nature Society (MNS)

Balu Perumal hod.conservation@mns.org.my

Persatuan Belia Perubahan Iklim (Climate Change Youth Association)(MYD)

30 Jln SB Indah 2/10, Taman Sg Besi Indah, 43300 Selangor, Malaysia

Phone: +6012-358-5453

www.powershiftmalaysia.org.my

Malaysian Youth Delegation (MYD)

Emily Yen Tse powershiftmsia@gmail.com

 

WWF-Malaysia

1 Jalan PJS 5/28A, Petaling Jaya Commercial Centre (PJCC), 46150 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Malaysia

Phone: +603 7450-3773

www.wwf.org.my

WWF Malaysia

Lavanya Rama Iyer llrama@wwf.org.my

 

Thailand – CAN Thailand
Organisation Contact Person
Climate Watch Thailand

96/93 Bodin Raksa 2 Village, Tha Raeng, Bangkhen, Bangkok, Thailand

www.climatewatch-thailand.org

Wanun Permpibul (National Coordinator, CAN Thailand) wanun.permpibul@climatewatch-thailand.org
Community Empowerment Institute

105/8 Moo 4, Pak Tok, Muang, Phitsanulok, Thailand

Nutthawut Uppa tor_148@hotmail.com
Forest and Farmers Foundation

40 Jom Thong, Muang Pitsanulok, Pitsanulok Thailand

Sakhon Songma local_ngo@hotmail.com
Sustainability Watch Thailand

821/71, Klong Chan, Bangkok, Thailand

Prathumporn Petyoi prathumporn.petyoi@yahoo.com
Thai NGO Committee on Agrarian Reform & Rural Development

20/50 Saluang, Nai Muang, Muang, Phchit, Thailand

Boonyuen Wingsa-Nguan wcarrdthai@gmail.com wcarrdth@hotmail.com

By Law

Climate Action Network Southeast Asia (CANSEA) is presently composed of 3 countries of Southeast Asia namely: Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand. Each country is represented on the Steering Committee by 3 persons namely the National Coordinator and 2 Steering Committee Members chosen from among the member organizations of each country member of CANSEA. The Regional Coordinator is rotated every two years around the member countries and is chosen by the Steering Committee of the host country. The Steering Committee should meet twice a year at least.