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October 21, 2021

The Alliance, implemented by the Institute for Sustainable Communities (ISC) in partnership with ELEVATE and the Asian Institute for Technology (AIT), uses a market-driven approach to strengthen sustainable and competitive manufacturing by engaging the private sector, catalyzing market forces, and advancing innovative regional initiatives that will increase the adoption of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) standards.

October 21, 2021

The Alliance, implemented by the Institute for Sustainable Communities (ISC) in partnership with ELEVATE and the Asian Institute for Technology (AIT), uses a market-driven approach to strengthen sustainable and competitive manufacturing by engaging the private sector, catalyzing market forces, and advancing innovative regional initiatives that will increase the adoption of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) standards.

New Partners’ Group to Build upon U.S., Thai Success  to Counter Wildlife Trafficking
September 23, 2021

A wide range of partners—including donors, international and regional bodies, and government and conservation organizations—aim to develop a partners’ group to more effectively collaborate and align planned counter wildlife trafficking investments in the region for greater impact. These stakeholders also issued the Partners’ Dialogue Highlights, underscoring the importance of the One Health collaborative approach towards preventing pandemics as well as recovering from the current pandemic.

August 31, 2021

USAID Chumchon Harapan, meaning “Community of Hope,” empowers youth leaders to become community connectors across Thailand’s Deep South.  This program aims to strengthen social cohesion and transfer ownership of community harmony to local institutions, leading to lasting peace in the communities.

August 30, 2021

The Mekong is home to some of the world’s most abundant biodiversity and is rich in natural resources critical for the region’s long-term sustainable development.  These natural resources are also the primary source of food and livelihoods for an estimated 70 million people.  The Lower Mekong countries are facing multiple environmental challenges that threaten their long-term social and economic development.  Many of these challenges are driven by fragile governmental systems and limited civil society participation in the decision-making processes that govern natural resources.

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Last updated: October 28, 2021

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