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Just Energy Transitions in Southeast Asia

Net zero governance frameworks are being adopted by governments across Southeast Asia.  Many Southeast Asian countries have raised their climate ambition in recent years, either by strengthening their net zero goals or by more clearly articulating how they will achieve them.

Australia-Vietnam Green Economy Program

Australia and Vietnam have shared ambitions to realise opportunities within the green economy. The Australia-Vietnam Green Economy Program, an initiative led by Asialink and Climateworks Centre and supported by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, aims to foster collaboration between government and business in the green economy.  The project will do this by developing knowledge products, enabling connections, enhancing business capabilities and facilitating government-to-government dialogue.  The project is dedicated to harnessing the green economy’s potential, focusing on sustainable development, the creation of jobs and growth and the transition to a net-zero economy powered by renewable resources.  It will include a series of insightful briefing papers and roundtables, culminating in a capstone summit and a training academy.


SEAFOAM – Southeast Asia Framework for Ocean Action in Mitigation

The ocean is a critical part of the global climate solution. This project aims to demonstrate additional ways countries can meet or raise their ambition under the world’s most important climate treaty – the Paris Agreement.