World Conservation Web

Created on 04 Apr 2016
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Evolutionary Conservation

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To establish an international network of Evolutionary Conservation nodes, coordinated from within Europe, possibly by an existing Government Agency or respected University. All of the groundwork has been done, with the provision of a working methodology, educational aids, tools, templates and a universal database model. There is even a published book / user guide available worldwide on Amazon.

What is needed now is the formation of a steering group and some moderate funding in order to establish a proper base and communicate the concept more widely, establishing an international network of participants.

 Marine and Coast
 International Cooperation
 Digital Agenda for Europe
 Earth Sciences
 International Relations

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