ASEAN Green Future (AGF) is a multi-year research project launched in 2021 involving the SDSN, the ClimateWorks Centre at Monash University, and nine country teams from leading universities and think tanks across Southeast Asia (Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, Singapore, and Vietnam). The project focuses on developing capacity for quantitative and qualitative climate policy analysis and charting net-zero pathways in ASEAN that support the strategic foresight of policymakers. With the support of the UK Partnering for Accelerated Climate Transitions and the Stockholm Environment Institute, AGF is nurturing a generation of climate change and decarbonization researchers across Southeast Asia. This is essential for enhancing the region's understanding of climate change, developing tailored mitigation and adaptation strategies, building capacity and knowledge, empowering local ownership of climate solutions, and attracting and retaining talent.

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Jeffrey Sachs

  • President
  • SDSN

John Thwaites

  • Professorial Fellow, Monash University; Chair, Monash Sustainable Development Institute and Climateworks Centre; and Chair, SDSN Australia, New Zealand & Pacific
  • Monash University

Wing Thye Woo

  • Vice President for Asia and Head of the Kuala Lumpur Office; Co-Chair, SDSN South East Asia
  • SDSN Leadership

Yuen Yoong Leong

  • Director, Sustainability Studies
  • ASEAN Green Future

Trang Nguyen

  • Southeast Asia Lead
  • Climateworks Centre

Wai Sern Low

  • Research Analyst
  • ASEAN Green Future

Justin Liew

  • Research Analyst
  • ASEAN Green Future

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