Members

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6th Asia Regional Conservation Forum 10-12 August 2015, Bangkok, Thailand In August 2015, around 500 representatives of governments, NGOs and the business sector from across Asia will come together...
IUCN harnesses the knowledge, resources and reach of 1,300 Member organisations. These include states and government agencies, NGOs large and small,...
Who can become a Member? IUCN membership is open to organisations (not individuals) particularly states, government agencies, political/economic integration organisations, and national and...
IUCN is only as strong as the collective power of its membership. IUCN Members benefit from being part of the world’s largest environmental network, working together to address sustainability issues...
There are currently more than 260 IUCN Members from 21 of the 23 countries in South, East and Southeast Asia which comprise the scope of the IUCN Asia Regional Office. Among the Members, 14 are ...
Held in Abu Dhabi, 15–18 September 2015, the meeting was supported by the overwhelming generosity of the Environment Agency Abu Dhabi (EAD), and provided a unique and invaluable opportunity for the...
Asia Regional Committee Contact: Prof. Ma Keping (Chair) c/o Membership Unit, IUCN Asia Regional Office Address: 63 Sukhumvit 39 Soi Phrompong, Sukhumvit Road  Wattana, Klongton-Nua, Bangkok,...
Amplifying the voice of business
IUCN and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) announced a new five-year partnership in December 2015 that will help businesses address global challenges, such as climate...
                                                                      Invasive alien species (IAS) are animals, plants or other organisms introduced by humans into places outside their natural range...
People and nature blur in the world’s indigenous languages Written by Seline Meijer. This article is published on the IUCN Blog on the Huffington Post website. Indigenous peoples from around the...

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