Nature has many faces in Asia Pacific.
Asia Pacific is home to over 4.3 billion people (60 percent of the global population), nurtures some of the oldest cultures on the planet, and offers a wealth of diverse landscapes and seascapes—from the heights of the Himalayas to the depths of the Pacific Ocean. However, a warming climate, a growing population and our need for natural resources are threatening nature as never before.
Our 2021 Impact Report: Conservation for people in the world's largest regionDOWNLOAD
COP27: Climate Stories from Asia Pacific
What the world does between now and 2030 will determine whether we slow warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius. We cannot succeed without charting a nature-positive path in Asia Pacific.
Sea Turtle Protection in the Pacific
Scientists and local communities are working together to protect endangered sea turtles and their nesting grounds in the Western Pacific Ocean.
Women and Conservation in Asia Pacific
Scientific evidence shows that increasing women’s ability to participate in managing their land and water benefits nature and people.
Kotahitanga mō te Taiao Alliance
Working As One for Our Environment in New Zealand.
Videos From Asia Pacific
Help Us Build a Sustainable Future in Asia Pacific
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