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The PCLG is coordinated by Dilys Roe with the support of Alessandra Giuliani and Joanna Elliott
Dilys Roe is a senior researcher in IIED's Natural Resources Group and leads their work on biodiversity. Since 2004 Dilys has coordinated the Poverty and Conservation Learning Group. While the majority of Dilys's work focusses on biodiversity-development/conservation-poverty issues, she also has a research interest in community-based natural resource management and community-based conservation; ecosystem-based adaptation and high biodiversity REDD+.
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Alessandra Giuliani is a researcher on Biodiversity in IIED’s Natural Resources Group. Alessandra has worked for the Poverty and Conservation Learning group since 2005, providing support for the communication, outreach and research needs of the group.
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Joanna Elliott is Senior Director, Conservation Partnerships at Fauna & Flora International, where she manages work on cross-cutting issues from ‘greening’ environmental markets, and supporting good business practices to improved livelihoods and good governance, in support of conservation projects in forty-four countries. In addition to her work with FFI she is a Visiting Fellow in IIED's Natural Resource Group.
Joanna can be contacted at: Joanna.Elliott@fauna-flora.org
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