The environmental and sustainability challenges we face today will only be effectively managed if all sectors work together to find and implement solutions. Around the region, we are working with governments, the private sector and communities to put the latest science and knowledge into practice.
We are helping to restore forests, rivers and wetlands, and bring our oceans back to life. IUCN represents an extraordinary partnership of governments and civil society. We find strength in our numbers and in our diversity, allowing us to bring both breadth and depth to our understanding of country-specific, regional and global challenges.
In Asia, we work with government, NGO Members, and Indigenous peoples' organisations, and over 2,500 experts in our Commissions as well as hundreds of partners from the government, non-government and private sectors. IUCN's Asia Regional Office is in Bangkok, Thailand. The IUCN Asia Regional Secretariat oversees country offices in Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, India, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Vietnam.
How to partner with us
- Become a Member organisation
- Join one of our six Commissions as a conservation and sustainable development professional
- Provide support to our work in general or to a specific project or initiative