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Our Partners

ASAP is supported by world-class institutions in climate and development finance and civil society.

  • Global Environment Facility

    The Global Environment Facility (GEF) was established 30 years ago on the eve of the Rio Earth Summit to tackle our planet’s most pressing environmental problems. Since then, it has provided more than $21 billion in grants and mobilized an additional $114 billion in co-financing for more than 5,000 projects in 170 countries. The GEF is the largest multilateral trust fund focused on enabling developing countries to invest in nature, and supports the implementation of major international environmental conventions including on biodiversity, climate change, chemicals, and desertification. Visit their website to learn more!

  • Inter-American Development Bank

    Since 1959, the Inter-American Development Bank has provided financial and technical support to countries in Latin America and the Caribbean working to reduce poverty and inequality, improve health and education, and advance infrastructure. Its aim is to achieve development in a sustainable, climate-friendly way. The IADB provides loans, grants, and technical assistance with a current focus on three development challenges – social inclusion and equality, productivity and innovation, and economic integration – and three cross-cutting issues – gender equality and diversity, climate change and environmental sustainability; and institutional capacity and the rule of law.

  • Conservation International

    Conservation International works to protect the critical benefits that nature provides to people. Through science, partnerships and fieldwork, Conservation International is driving innovation and investments in nature-based solutions to the climate crisis, supporting protections for critical habitats, and fostering economic development that is grounded in the conservation of nature. We work in 30 countries around the world, empowering societies at all levels to create a cleaner, healthier and more sustainable planet. Follow Conservation International's work on Conservation, News, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.

Interested in partnering with ASAP?

ASAP actively seeks engagement with:

  • Small and medium sized businesses in developing countries that are producing technologies and solutions that help assess and address the risks and impacts increased by climate change
  • Regional and global partners that work with companies in developing countries, including governments, private investors, industry associations, and philanthropies and civil society
  • Incubator and Accelerator Programs
  • Stakeholders in adaptation & climate resilience

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