OLADE is the political and technical-support organization by means of which its 27 Latin American and Caribbean Member States undertake common efforts to achieve integration and development in the regional energy market. It aims to promote agreements between its Member Countries and carry out actions to satisfy their energy needs by means of the sustainable development obtained from the different sources of energy.
In January 2009, thanks to support from the AVINA Foundation, the Latin American Platform on Climate (LAPC) was formed by 22 civil-society organizations, from nine countries of the region, designating the Fundación Futuro Latinoamericano (FFLA) as the LAPC Executive Secretariat. LAPC involves convergence, dialogue and coordination among diverse stakeholders committed to finding answers to the challenges calling for radical changes, which humankind is now facing.
The Low Emission Development Strategies (LEDS) Global Partnership was founded to enhance coordination, information exchange and cooperation among the diverse and expanding group of countries and international programmes working to advance low emission climate resilient growth. Launched in early 2011, the LEDS Global Partnership has made significant progress advancing collaboration and learning across more than 100 developing and developed country governments, technical institutes and multilateral organisations engaged in low emission climate resilient development.
The Leonardo Energy initiative (LE) unites professionals from all over the world dedicated to electrical power and sustainable energy. LE takes a systems perspective on the energy challenge and interprets sustainability in a broad sense: it is about energy efficiency and renewable energy, but also incorporates social and economic dimensions.
ICLEI provides technical consulting, training, and information services to build capacity, share knowledge, and support local government in the implementation of sustainable development at the local level. ICLEI encompasses a number of networks: a network of local governments that facilitates city-to-city cooperation; thematic networks that bring together cities leading the way on key sustainability issues like water quality and quantity, renewable energy, and urban disaster risk reduction; and a network of individuals, the leaders of their respective institutions.
The LowCarbonEconomy is a platform designed to facilitate the transition to a low carbon economy by connecting people and organisations with relevant information, solutions and opportunities. This platform provides open access to public data, facts and information related to a low carbon economy.