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Transboundary Conservation Specialist Group (TBC SG), as part of IUCN WCPA, relies primarily on its voluntary membership.
By joining TBC SG:
a) you become part of a wide and well-established global network of experts in transboundary conservation, which enables knowledge exchange and sharing of information and experiences related to transboundary conservation;
b) you are able to communicate, share your insights, and seek advice from protected area managers, experts from international organisations, scientists, government and non-government officials, that form part of our network;
c) you can distribute news about your work in TB eNEWS bulletin;
d) you can present your work at this website;
e) you get an opportunity to represent TBC SG at conferences and/or workshops
f) you can cooperate on potential joint publications and projects
g) you provide support for the overall work of the TBC SG.
How to become a member
To become a member of the TBC SG, individuals need to be members of WCPA.
More information on IUCN WCPA membership and the application procedure can be found here. When applying for WCPA membership, please indicate transboundary conservation as one of your main fields of interest.
In case you do not wish to join WCPA and you are interested in transboundary conservation, you can still become part of the TBC SG’s wider network, i.e. ‘friends of the TBC SG’. We are happy that we can offer a platform for exchange of knowledge and experience to all individuals interested in transboundary conservation, and we welcome everyone working in this area.
All applicants for the TBC SG membership (both those applying for WCPA membership and those intending to become 'friends of the TCB SG') should complete the application form here.
For any questions related to membership, please contact:
Naomi Doak, Membership Officer, WCPA TBC SG