Clean Air Asia (formerly Clean Air Initiative for Asian Cities) promotes better air quality and livable cities by translating knowledge to policies and actions that reduce air pollution and greenhouse emissions from transport, energy, and other sectors.
Clean Air Asia was established as the leading air quality management network for Asia by the Asian Development Bank, World Bank and USAID in 2001, and operates since 2007 as an independent non-profit organization. Clean Air Asia has offices in Manila, Beijing and Delhi, networks in eight Asian countries (China, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, and Vietnam) and is a UN recognized partnership of more than 240 organizations in Asia and worldwide.
Clean Air Asia uses knowledge and partnerships to enable Asia’s 1,000+ cities and national governments understand the problems and identify effective policies and measures. Our four programs are: Air Quality and Climate Change, Low Emissions Urban Development, Clean Fuels and Vehicles, and Green Freight and Logistics.
The biennial Better Air Quality (BAQ) conference is the flagship event of Clean Air Asia bringing experts, policy and decision makers together to network, learn and share experiences on air quality management. Past BAQs have proven to influence policies, initiate new projects and establish partnerships.
Clean Air Asia Center
Unit 3505, Robinsons-Equitable Tower, ADB Avenue, Pasig City, 1605 Philippines
Tel +63 2 6311042
Fax +63 2 6311390
Clean Air Asia China Office
901A Reignwood Center, No. 8 YongAnDongLi, JianGuoMenWai Avenue, Beijing, 10022, China
Clean Air Asia India Office
1st Floor, Building No.4, Thyagraj Nagar Market, Lodhi Colony, New Delhi 110003I India
Tel +91 11 60 1202 60
Fax+91 11 43 8500 32