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ASEAN Review of Biodiversity and Environmental Conservation (ARBEC) is published in association with the Institute of Biodiversity and Environmental Conservation (IBEC) based at University Malaysia Sarawak. Published quarterly in electronic form, it seeks unpublished review articles on important research, reports on projects, programs, and initiatives on biodiversity and environment issues. ARBEC seeks to publish critical reviews designed to enhance the knowledge on biodiversity and environmental conservation at all levels, from research methods, theory, applications and practice of environmental conservation and education.

The Species Survival Commission is one of the world's largest species conservation network. SSC is the largest of the six Commissions of IUCN-The World Conservation Union. It serves as the main source of advice to the Union and its members on the technical aspects of species conservation. SSC seeks to mobilize action by the world conservation community for species conservation, particularly those species threatened with extinction and those of importance for human welfare.

Network For Change is an information resource with valuable tools that can be used by individuals and organizations working for change. The website allows one to acquire and share information, as well as provide opportunities for action. Information includes worldwide news headlines, articles on significant environmental issues and events dealing, and others. The database constantly grows and changes due to the amount of input provided by contributors.

ASEANET is the Southeast Asian Loop of BioNET-International, a global network of interlinked sub-regional LOOPs (Locally Organised & Operated Partnerships) of scientific institutions. These Loops are dedicated to enabling developing countries to become realistically self-reliant in the skills of identifying and understanding the relationships of the organisms which collectively constitute biodiversity and the living environment. It is a network of people and institutions designed to enable the pooling and sharing of existing taxonomic resources of the LOOPs via South-South cooperation, and building further taxonomic capacity through institutional strengthening and human resource development programs. The Network is coordinated by the Malaysian Agricultural Research & Development Institute (MARDI) which serves as the Network Coordinating Institute (NECI), supported by a permanent secretariat at the CAB International Southeast Asian Regional Center (CABI-SEARC). Each of the 10 ASEAN Member Countries is represented in the LOOP by an appointed National Coordinating Institute (NACI).

Natural Resources Management Program in Indonesia links to donors, training and education resources, taxonomic etc.

The Association for Biodiversity Information (ABI) is a non-profit organization dedicated to developing and providing knowledge about the world's natural diversity. Working with our member programs in the United States, Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean-known as the Natural Heritage Network-ABI collects and develops authoritative information about the plants, animals, and ecological communities of the Western Hemisphere.

Traffic is the Wildlife Trade Monitoring Programme of WWF-Worldwide Fund for Nature and IUCN-The World Conservation Union. Traffic works in cooperation with the Secretariat of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of wild Fauna and Flora (CITES).

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