The “Who’s Who in Conservation” session is a platform for conservation agencies including NGOs, research institutions and university departments to showcase their work.
The session provides an opportunity for conference participants to learn about the work of these agencies as well as discuss possible career opportunities and collaborative work.
Who’s Who in Conservation will opens on 15-08-2019 and ends on 31-08-2019
Participanting Organisations at SCCS-BNG 2018
|Sr. No.||Name of Organisation||Website|
|1||Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology & the Environment (ATREE)||https://www.atree.org|
|2||Centre for Ecological Sciences||http://ces.iisc.ac.in/new/|
|3||Conservation Optimism *||www.conservationoptimism.org|
|6||Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology, School of Anthropology and Conservation, University of Kent||https://www.kent.ac.uk/sac/index.html|
|9||Madras Crocodile Bank Trust / Centre For Herpetology||http://madrascrocodilebank.org|
|10||Marine Life of Mumbai||http://www.marinelifeofmumbai.in/|
|12||Nature Mates-Nature Club||http://naturematesindia.org|
|13||NCBS Museum and Field Stations Facility||https://www.ncbs.res.in/research-facilities/museum-fieldstations|
|14||Oxford Martin Programme on the Illegal Wildlife Trade *||www.illegalwildlifetrade.net|
|15||Ravi Sankaran Foundation||http://www.ravisankaran.org/|
|16||Saiga Conservation Alliance||www.saiga-conservation.org|
|18||The Real Elephant Collective||www.therealelephant.com|
|19||What’s the Point Art||https://www.facebook.com/whatsthepointart/|
|20||Wildlife Research and Conservation Society||http://www.wrcsindia.org|
|22||WCS – India||www.wcsindia.org|
|24||International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)||https://www.iucn.org/|
|25||Nature Conservation Foundation||www.ncf-india.org|
|26||Raptor research and conservation foundation||http://www.raptors.net.in/|
|27||Wildlife Conservation Trust||https://www.wildlifeconservationtrust.org/|
* Represented within the same booth
Some Guidelines for Who’s Who in Conservation:
- The number of organisations we can accommodate at the session are limited and slots will be allotted on a first-come-first-served basis, so we urge you to register at the earliest possible. Registration of organisations is now closed.
- Each registered organisation will be allotted a table and a poster display board (3ft wide x 4ft tall) to showcase their material.
If you represent an organisation and have already registered as a participant, you do not need to pay additional fees for this session. However, if more than one person is representing your organisation, you will need to register each of them separately.
- Additional representative person(s) can also be registered using Spot-Registration at the venue during the conference, if they miss the online registration deadline.
- If you are a resource person (e.g.: offering a workshop) at the conference, you would still need to register (and pay registration fees) as mentioned above in order to set up a stall for your organisation.
How to register online for a stall at Who’s Who in Conservation?
- To setup a stall & participate in the Who’s Who session as an organisation, you will need to first register as a participant on the SCCS website. Follow the instructions on the registration form to create your profile.
- From the automated email you receive, you will be directed to DoAttend payment gateway. You will need to pay the online registration fees (INR 3000). This will provide you a ‘Ticket Number’, which you would require to enter in the Google-form.