Protecting Species2024-02-16T14:27:36+00:00
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Asian Species

Protecting Species

On current trends, many Southeast Asian species will become extinct during the next human generation. Our programme focuses on both Critically Endangered and Endangered species for which there is only a short window of opportunity to make a significant difference.

As a region, Southeast Asia is home to a spectacular number of species. A high proportion of these species are restricted to a single country, island, or can be found in just one national park. Our Asian Species Programme takes a site-based conservation approach, in the areas where the most threatened species live, focusing on mitigating fundamental threats to species at their source.

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Our aim is to reverse the downward trend for Asian species by:

Implementing new conservation programmes for highly th