The overall mission of the Poverty and Conservation Learning Group (PCLG) is to promote better understanding of the links between conservation and poverty linkages in order to improve conservation and poverty policy and practice. The learning group pursues its mission through a range of activities.
One of the key activities of the PCLG Secretariat is to collect information on poverty-conservation issues and collate these in one site for PCLG members. Browse the Resources section of this website to find more information on publications, organisations, initiatives, events and much more - all relevant to poverty-conservation issues.
The PCLG periodically organises or supports learning events that tackle key issues of relevance to Learning Group members.
The PCLG regularly publishes a directory of Poverty/Conservation organisations and initiatives. We also periodically publish discussion papers – usually outputs of research that we have been involved in. Our site also includes other publications related to our work and/or supported by PCLG.
Where possible the Learning Group will support - or engage in - research and advocacy initiatives that are in line with our core mission of better understanding and fostering learning on poverty-conservation links.
Three information bulletins, PCLG News, BioSoc and PCLG Monthly Journal Digest provide regular information on the work of the PCLG and its members, as well as general updates on poverty-conservation issues, and recent research findings and publications on biodiversity and society, poverty and conservation.
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The Poverty and Conservation Learning Group is an international network of organisations that promotes learning on the linkages between biodiversity conservation and poverty reduction.
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