Quick StatsOfficial Name: Asia-Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate
Mission: Promote and create an enabling environment for the development, diffusion, deployment and transfer of existing and emerging cost-effective, cleaner technologies and practices, through concrete and substantial cooperation so as to achieve practical results
Language Spoken: Australia
# Countries Active: Australia, Canada, China, India, Japan, Korea, United States
Official Website: http://www.asiapacificpartnership.org/english/default.aspx
Phone: +1-202 647-4875
Areas of Focus: Climate Change, Sustainable Development
Organisation Type: Network / Collective / Coalition / Council / Peak Body
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Asia-Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate
The Asia-Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate is an innovative new effort to accelerate the development and deployment of clean energy technologies.
While each of the Partners has different natural resource endowments, and sustainable development and energy strategies, Partners are already working together and will continue to work to achieve common goals. By building on the foundation of existing bilateral and multilateral initiatives, the Partners will enhance cooperation to meet both our increased energy needs and associated challenges, including those related to air pollution, energy security, and greenhouse gas intensities.
The Partners will collaborate to promote and create an enabling environment for the development, diffusion, deployment and transfer of existing and emerging cost-effective, cleaner technologies and practices, through concrete and substantial cooperation so as to achieve practical results. The Partners will also cooperate on the development, diffusion, deployment and transfer of longer-term transformational energy technologies that will promote economic growth while enabling significant reductions in greenhouse gas intensities. In addition, the Partners will share experiences in developing and implementing our national sustainable development and energy strategies, and explore opportunities to reduce the greenhouse gas intensities of our economies.
The Partnership will be consistent with and contribute to Partners’ efforts under the UNFCCC and will complement, but not replace, the Kyoto Protocol.
Focus of Activities
- Create a voluntary, non-legally binding framework for international cooperation to facilitate the development, diffusion, deployment, and transfer of existing, emerging and longer term cost- effective, cleaner, more efficient technologies and practices among the Partners through concrete and substantial cooperation so as to achieve practical results.
- Promote and create enabling environments to assist in such efforts.
- Facilitate attainment of our respective national pollution reduction, energy security and climate change objectives; and
- Provide a forum for exploring the Partners’ respective policy approaches relevant to addressing interlinked development, energy, environment, and climate change issues within the context of clean development goals, and for sharing experiences in developing and implementing respective national development and energy strategies.