IUCN's work in Europe, North and Central Asia is supported by four main offices focusing on implementing the IUCN European Programme in the region. 

The Centre for Mediterranean Cooperation, based in Malaga, Spain shares the implementation of the IUCN Programme in countries facing the Mediterranean Sea.

A small project office is established in Tirana, Albania to support the implementation of the Institutional Support for Protected Areas in Albania project.

IUCN is present in Europe also with: the IUCN Headquarters hosting global programmes and management; the Environmental Law Centre which serves as a centre of excellence in environmental law for the Union and beyond; and the IUCN office in Cambridge, where part of the IUCN Global Species Programme is based. The delivery of the IUCN Programme in Europe is supported by these offices. 

Together we strive to meet our goals for a sustainable Europe by using local expertise and the strength of the global IUCN network. 

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