Stakeholders Join Climate & Clean Air Conference 2023

Stakeholders Join Climate & Clean Air Conference 2023

Stakeholders Join Climate & Clean Air Conference 2023


Ongoing from May 29 to June 2, 2023 at the United Nations Conference Centre in Bangkok, Thailand is the Climate and Clean Air Conference 2023. The event is a platform for showcasing solutions and actions to reduce short-lived climate pollutants and improve air quality.

This is a joint event by the Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC) and the UNEP Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific.

The 5-day conference brings together policymakers, scientists, practitioners and stakeholders from various sectors and regions, and other key stakeholders from the Asia-Pacific region and beyond, to identify new opportunities, develop capacities and facilitate cooperation and knowledge exchange to address air pollution and its adverse impacts on public health, development, environment and climate.

In the said conference, latest insights, new progress and proven solutions will be featured to address air pollution and its impacts on climate change.

The main topics of the said conference are:

  • ⚡️ Integrated planning and multi-stakeholder cooperation
  • ⚡️ Stories of success and priorities for clean air at cities, national and regional levels, including inter-governmental leadership
  • ⚡️ Scientific underpinnings and best practices to support policy, promote pollution-free economy and increase stakeholder awareness
  • ⚡️ Innovative solutions and technologies for clean air and climate action

Australia is a partner of the Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC), which is a voluntary partnership of governments, intergovernmental organizations, businesses, scientific institutions and civil society organizations committed to improving air quality and protecting the climate through actions to reduce short-lived climate pollutants.

While the conference is not an Australian event, Australia has a significant interest and stake in addressing air pollution and its impact on climate change, as it faces various environmental challenges such as bushfires, droughts, floods and coral bleaching. It also has a responsibility and opportunity to support its Pacific neighbors who are vulnerable to the effects of climate change.

Just recently, Australia has announced its updated 2030 emissions reduction target of 35 percent below 2005 levels and its net zero emission by 2050 commitment.

Australia's participation in the Climate and Clean Air Conference is speculated to involve:

1. sharing of its experiences and best practices in reducing short-lived climate pollutants in key sectors such as energy, transport, agriculture and waste;
2. Seeking to enhance its credibility and leadership on climate action by showcasing its new emissions reduction target and net zero commitment;
3. Engaging with other countries and stakeholders in the Asia-Pacific region and beyond to foster cooperation and partnerships on addressing air pollution and climate change challenges.


Mearth is a homegrown Australian company that manufactures the Mearth brand of premium, superior quality and top-performing electric scooters that are very popular and well-loved. As a socially responsive company, Mearth is highly committed to provide safe, energy-efficient and environment-friendly personal mobility devices to help commuters improve and uplift their lifestyle.

Mearth sees the conference as a significant opportunity for electric scooters to gain good exposure and showcase their benefits to help reduce air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions, as well as promote a pollution-free economy and energy efficiency.

Being a socially-responsive company, Mearth is involved in ensuring that its electric scooters are made safer and more sustainable by implementing various measures, such as: complying with law-mandated regulations such as setting speed limits, advising its customers of the required helmets for riding an e-scooter, strictly instructing only one person is to ride the e-scooter and, designating appropriate infrastructure for riding.

Another initiative of Mearth is its efforts at extending the service life and reducing the waste of electric scooters, by repairing and recycling them, using swappable batteries, and incentivizing responsible use.

Furthermore, Mearth has taken on the task of educating users and the public about the safety rules and best practices for electric scooters, like avoiding distractions, following traffic signals, yielding to pedestrians, and parking properly. Another important achievement of Mearth is the creation of its futuristic, leading-edge, Mearth Cyber. It boasts of leading edge design and quality, durable materials, renewable energy sources, intelligent and responsive sensors, and anti-theft features, and so much more.