IUCN's work in Europe, North and Central Asia is supported by three main offices focusing on implementing the IUCN European Programme in the region.
- European Union Representative Office, Brussels, Belgium
- Programme Office for South-Eastern Europe, Belgrade, Serbia
- Caucasus Cooperation Centre, Tbilisi, Georgia
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.
- Headquarters, Gland, Switzerland
- Environmental Law Centre, Bonn, Germany
- Species Programme, Cambridge, United Kingdom.
Together we strive to meet our goals for a sustainable Europe by using local expertise and the strength of the global IUCN network.