The Center and TWG are leading an international group of experts to directly address this issue across the 13 countries the Asian Elephant calls home. The group provides technical, financial, and policy expertise on roads, rails, and canals to assist governments, agencies, engineers, NGOs, and local communities seeking to implement wildlife-friendly policies and best practices.
A similar group has been formed to address the impact of roads upon Latin American’s rich biodiversity and wide-ranging species such as the jaguar.
Visit our Resource Library to view a variety of corridors & crossings resources, including the Transport Working Group of the IUCN WCPA Connectivity Conservation Specialist Group, developed as part of our work in Southeast Asia.
For more information about our corridors & crossings work, contact Senior Conservationist, Rob Ament.
In partnership with IUCN WCPA-CCSG Transport Working Group and Asian Elephant Transport Working Group of the IUCN WCPA Connectivity Conservation Specialist Group