Phone: +996 (312) 915000 ext. 326, 327
Address: 7/6 Aaly Tokombaev Street, Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic 720060
Tian Shan Policy Center (TSPC) is an international non-profit institution at the American University of Central Asia (AUCA) which focuses on research, policy advisory, capacity development and project implementation.
Since its establishment in 2011 TSPC promoted the study of Central Asia at the local and international levels and government institutions as the basis for improving the lives of people in new democracies.
TSPC specializes in research on migration (internal and external), sustainable development and environmental protection, human rights, democratic governance of Central Asia.
Alongside the strong evidence based research and policy advisory, TSPC organizes high quality trainings, conferences and events on pertinent topics in the region.
TAC AUCA participated in the preparation of the analytical note "Restoring the country's natural capital to achieve the SDGs: Pilot land accounts and sustainable pasture management in Kyrgyzstan"
For Kyrgyzstan, located in Central Asia and landlocked, land is an integral part of its national economy.
Smog in Bishkek: Myths and Reality
Main objective of the research is to improve current understanding of the causes and impacts of the winter air pollution in Bishkek.
TSPC AUCA has developed a National Action Plan for Countering hurricanes and dust and Sand Storms in the Kyrgyz Republic for 2021-2030
AUCA prepared a National Action Plan for the Prevention and Response to Hurricane-force Winds and Possible Dust and SandStorms in the Kyrgyz Republic for the period 2021-2030.
How to protect employees, guests and environment during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Within the framework of the PERETO project, COVID Free Guide with the focus on sustainable consumption and production (SCP) was developed for the HoReCa segment in Kyrgyzstan.
Official launch of the SWITCH Asia PERETO project on promoting energy and resource efficiency in the Kyrgyz tourism sector
On September 9, the PERETO project held its official kick-off event. The project is unique for Central Asia, as there has not yet been such an integrated approach on energy and sustainable use of natural resources in the tourism industry in the region.