Smart Air is a clean air workshop program that teaches people how to protect themselves from air pollution. We target those living in cities in Asia, of whom 90% breathe polluted air on an ongoing basis.
ALIA will take the lead with industry-wide solutions to address cost competitiveness and sustainability. Beneficiaries are cleaner environment for society and continued business viability.
Since its inception, Centre for Aquatic Livelihood Jaljeevika is addressing issues of fish farmers, building community resilience and capacity to enhance livelihood opportunities using water bodies with more than 30,000 fish farmers.
Implementing Vanuatu’s Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) by risk-informing, enabling and empowering community leaders and local level government to better design, plan and implement climate smart agriculture in indigenous villages
SPARC is working on a nature-based decentralized sewage and wastewater system for villages adjoining waterbodies and recycling it for farming and fishing, in the peri-urban Mumbai Metropolitan Region.
Livestock Development for Community Livelihood Organization (LDC) is providing solutions to the current climate change through the Cricket Farming & Chaya Gardening Project to help reduce vulnerability of productive lands due to floods and droughts.
Disaster Ready Community requires community participation for disaster risk reduction to solve major social and environment problems like drinking water, electricity, natural resource management and climate adaptive livelihood and houses.
At gDiapers, our aim is to end plastic disposable diaper waste with our patented plastic-free baby diapers and full service. We deliver, collect and compost our diapers. Our work and impact is primarily focused in Indonesia and the Southeast Asia region.
Handprint is Asia’s leading regeneration as a service platform, enabling any company to create a positive impact in the world in a credible, scientifically verified way.
HOT-Open Mapping Hub (Asia- Pacific): Transforming Disaster Response, Humanitarian Action and Community Development through Open Source Technologies and Maps
HOT unifies global mapping volunteers who create and maintain free, open-source maps to support community development and humanitarian aid that enable faster and more effective response efforts.
The Mekong Dam Monitor uses remote sensing processes to provide unparalleled, near-real time reporting on reservoir and river conditions to communities and decision makers in the Mekong Basin.
Moreloop curates surplus fabrics from quality garment factories and creates a market to allow SMEs to access quality fabrics at reasonable price. Its vision is to make circular economy a reality.
Our 5-year project engages local communities to restore 100 hectares of degraded forest in Thailand. Beyond conventional reforestation, we deliver social impact and rigorous climate impact assessment.
Ocean Material Group works to prevent ocean plastic pollution through an impactful solutions platform for circular materials, upstream solutions like infrastructure and educational projects, and its network of stakeholders committed to ending ocean plastic pollution.
To restore 1000 hectares of degraded land into healthy mangrove ecosystems in Ayeyarwady, Myanmar, by providing ecological, social and economic benefits and uplifting coastal communities in the region.
PetaBencana.id is a free web-based platform that produces real-time flood maps using both crowd-sourced reporting & government agency validations, supporting civic co-management as a form of megacity climate change adaptation.
The project recovers and converts waste plastic from polluted rivers and land into raw material for plastic production, to replace virgin fossil feedstock, lower GHG emissions and improve livelihoods.
We are at community-ecosystem interface to empower marginal agrarians in conserving nature’s goods and services to earn a dignified livelihood in the climate milieu and strengthen local institutions.
Solar Forward, an initiative of Himalayan Innovations provides affordable, portable and durable off-the-grid energy solutions to rural enterprises in Nepal via an integrated Pay-As-You-Go model.
We are working on environment & climate change, clean energy, water, and sustainable agriculture practices. We have empowered & impacted 10,000,000 people and reached out to more than 5000 villages.
The Project is to create the first regenerative organic valley in Asia (North Thailand) – bringing carbon back into the soil while eliminating poverty.
Wishulada provides design service and creates sustainable arts from wasted materials to raise awareness of environmental issues and inspire the society to maximize the use of things around us.
Encourage small farmer’s transforming conventional to organically grown coffee farming by creating farmers satisfied price in the Doichang Mountain Chiangrai, Thailand.