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EAWG contacts and membership information

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If you would like to be part of the Ecosystem Approach Working Group (EAWG) there are three membership types.

  • Permanent members: this category of membership is for people who expect to attend every meeting.
  • Additional members: this category is for people who wish to actively contribute but only to specific topics rather than every meeting.
  • Corresponding members: if you would prefer not to attend meetings but are interested in being kept informed of the work of the EAWG, this category is most appropriate for you.

Contact any member of the facilitation team for more information and to join the EAWG.

Facilitation team

The Ecosystem Approach Working Group is facilitated by:

Research

Areas of Interest


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