Landscape conservation in the Greater Mekong region
These large areas support many of the rarest and most distinctive species in the region, including Southeast Asia’s largest populations of tiger, elephant, and saola.
Additionally, we coordinate closely with WWF-China to ensure effective protection of the headwaters of the Mekong—high on the Tibetan Plateau.
Approximately 28% of these focal landscapes is under formal protection. WWF works through partners to extend this landscape approach to other critical conservation areas in the Greater Mekong region.
© Peter Cutter / WWF Greater Mekong
The misty mountain ranges of Kayah Karen Tenasserim ecoregion.
© Adam Oswell / WWF Cambodia
Mekong Area of Sambor, where one of the 11 mainstream dam projects ...
© WWF Greater Mekong
Forests of the Greater Annamites. By sustainably managing this ...
© © WWF / Greg Funnell
A fish farmer at one of the Hung Vuong pangasius fish farms in the ...
- Dawna Tenasserim Landscape (DTL) – KKTE: Thailand/Myanmar
- Eastern Plains Landscape (EPL) – DF/MR: Cambodia/Vietnam
- Southern Laos / Central Vietnam Landscape (SLCVL) (DF/GA/MR: Laos/Vietnam)
- Southern Annamites Landscape (SAL) ** (GA – Vietnam)
- Mekong Source Area (MSA) (China)
- Nong Khai, Nakhon Phanom, Bolikhamsay, Khammeun (NNBK) (Thailand/Laos)
- Siphandone, Stung Treng, Kratie section (SSK) (Cambodia/Laos)
- Mekong River Delta (MRD) (Vietnam)
- Nam Pouy (Elephant recovery)
- Khao Yai/Thap Lan Complex (Tiger recovery)