Policy makers along with scientists and academicians in developing countries like Bangladesh, India, Thailand and Viet Nam, have substantial influence on the development of modern agricultural methodologies. Precision Agriculture in the USA has greatly contributed to reducing the use of chemicals and fertiliser with positive economic impact and without affecting the productivity. This has resulted in the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and aided in mitigating climate change impacts. Similar technology with adaptive modifications/customisation can be used in developing countries and the policy makers and professionals of these countries could be trained to influence the farmers for such adoption. A scoping workshop was conducted with experts and officials from Bangladesh, India, Thailand and Viet Nam to prepare a proposal to develop capacity building efforts to use precision agricultural techniques to mitigate climate change in their countries and make it a case study for South and Southeast Asia.