IUCN is the world’s oldest and largest global environmental organisation. In Asia, we work with a diverse range of partners from different sectors to deliver the organisation's global Programme, in initiatives guided by the Union's shared vision and mission.
IUCN's programme in Asia aims to mobilise communities working for biodiversity conservation, sustainable development and poverty reduction in common efforts to halt biodiversity loss and apply nature-based solutions to conserve biodiversity, enhance resilience, strengthen equity and reduce poverty.
Our ability to deliver high-quality results makes us a trusted partner of governments in the region. Our current focus builds on the three pillars of IUCN's 2013-2016 Programme: Valuing and Conserving Nature; Effective and Equitable Governance of Nature’s Use; and Deploying Nature-based Solutions to Global Challenges in Climate, Food and Development.