USAID shares policies, practices and technologies through regional networks and organizations that assist Thailand’s efforts to adapt to the impacts of climate change, promote low emissions development, improve greenhouse gas accounting, increase financing for climate change projects, protect forests, and conserve biodiversity.
Throughout Asia, the illegal wildlife trade damages ecosystems and threatens species. Wildlife traffickers operate within and across countries, with Thailand often serving as a trans-shipment point. In response, USAID supports Thailand’s participation in a regional anti-trafficking network that trains police, customs officials, national park personnel, and judiciary bodies while strengthening cross-border, multi-agency cooperation.
Last updated: September 14, 2016