Sustainable Infrastructure

To promote travel, investment and trade across the region, ASEAN needs to significantly enhance its infrastructure investment and productivity.

Strengthening project preparation through the Master Plan on ASEAN Connectivity (MPAC) 2025 will enhance connectivity in ASEAN. Sustainable infrastructure aims to deliver support across the life cycle of infrastructure projects in the region from the preparation and design phases to knowledge sharing and training.

Knowledge sharing will be facilitated through establishing a framework and platform for improving infrastructure productivity and stimulating sustainable urbanisation models across the region.

Sustainable infrastructure allows communities across the region to advance their development goals towards a better quality of life, by understanding relevant challenges and building constructive partnerships.

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"Liveability with density comes from making a city green or blue, even as it’s urbanises with vertical greenery, rooftop gardens, park connectors, and the green heart in the city. Above all, cities can learn from each other."
Mr. Khoo Teng Chye, Executive Director of the Centre for Liveable Cities (CLC), Singapore
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"Once you’re able to connect not only the city, between the cities, and within the village, then the farmers, the people who live in rural areas can get the benefits from selling their products - improving their quality of life."
Mr. Arkhom Termpittayapaisith, Minister of Transportation, Thailand
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Sustainable Infrastucture | 23 October 2020
Infographic – Framework for Improving ASEAN Infrastructure Productivity
Sustainable infrastructure is critical to pandemic recovery and adaptation to the new normal. ASEAN, through the Lead Implementing Body for Sustainable Infrastructure (LIB-SI), has developed a Framework for Improving ASEAN Infrastructure Productivity that aims to help ASEAN Member States improve their infrastructure planning, delivery, and operation. Download this infographic to…
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Sustainable Infrastucture | 22 October 2020
Framework for Improving ASEAN Infrastructure Productivity
ASEAN is situated in a vibrant environment where it needs to address the challenge of improving overall productivity to sustain economic progress. Given limited resources and considering the huge infrastructure needs in the region, ASEAN will need to increase not only in the infrastructure spending but also in the productivity…
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Sustainable Infrastucture | 20 July 2020
Smart and Sustainable Urbanisation in ASEAN Cities
Half of ASEAN’s population live in urban areas and an additional 70 million people are forecast to live in ASEAN cities by 2025. Rapid urbanisation has brought challenges such as floods, traffic congestion, and waste problems. Other major trends are impacting urbanisation in ASEAN such as the emergence of digital…
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Sustainable Infrastucture | 12 May 2020
Cross-border Connectivity – Regional needs and the role of Infrastructure Asia
The recovery of the Pesse canoe from about 10,000 years ago marks the earliest instance known to us when a boat was made1, demonstrating how humans have created tools to overcome geographical barriers to connect to other places. Modes of connectivity have since progressed tremendously and remain a critical role…
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Sustainable Infrastucture | 8 January 2020
INFOGRAPHIC: ASEAN Sustainable Urbanisation Strategy (ASUS)
Around half of all ASEAN people live in urban areas, and an additional 70 million are forecast to live in ASEAN cities by 2025. ASUS provides the framework to address challenges associated with urbanisation and improve the living standards of our people. ASUS is one of ASEAN’s initiatives under the…
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