The PCLG network currently comprises over 400 members from conservation, development and indigenous/local community organizations. Anyone with an interest in poverty-conservation issues is welcome to join our network, take advantage of the resources offered by the PCLG and contribute to our work.
To join the PCLG network send an email, with a short covering message to this effect, to email@example.com. Please include your name, organisation (if applicable), country of residence and email address.
Membership to the group does not involve any fee.
Organisations that develop or influence conservation and poverty reduction policy and those that are affected by it, can become organisational members of the learning group. Organisational members will enjoy exclusive access to certain activities – like small funding and specific meetings – that are not available to the wider PCLG network. Organisational members will also have their work featured in the regularly published PCLG Directory of Poverty and Conservation Organisations and Initiatives.
Criteria for organisational members include:
If your organisation fulfills these criteria, and would like to become part of the group, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your email should contain, beside a short covering message with your request for membership, the following information about your organisation:
For help in compiling a description of your organisation browse the Poverty and Conservation Organisations section of this website, which will give you a clearer idea of the type of information and level of detail we aim for.
It is intended that the Group as a whole should seek to represent the range of organizations with an interest in conservation-poverty linkages. We are particularly interested to hear from organizations that could facilitate regional or national level learning processes that will feed into the international Group.
The Poverty and Conservation Learning Group is an international network of organisations that promotes learning on the linkages between biodiversity conservation and poverty reduction.
This website is partly funded by UK aid and the Arcus Foundation, however the views expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of the UK Government or the Arcus Foundation.