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    1 加拿大爱德华王子岛模式林网络伙伴关系--PEIMFNP

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        Prince Edward Island's forests play a vital role in the Island's culture, environment and economy. The vibrant forest community cares deeply for the health and well-being of all public and private forest lands. In 2002, Islanders with an interest in forests and forest issues came together to form the PEI Model Forest Network Partnership Ltd. (PEIMFNP). They sought to create a forum where people with differing forest interests and values could work co-operatively to encourage and support research and education initiatives which promote forest stewardship across Canada's smallest province. The PEIMFNP works with support from the Canadian Model Forest Network and the Nova Forest Alliance. To date, it has funded a wide range of projects designed to balance today’s demands on our forests with those of future generations. By continuing to support stewardship initiatives and keeping the channels of communication open, the PEIMFNP is helping the Island to become a leader in sound and sustainable forestry practices. The PEI. Model Forest Partnership is a diverse group working co-operatively to develop forest communities based on sound ecological, social and economic principals. MISSION: To offer programs and services to enhance the awareness of the environmental (ecological) and economic potential of sustainable forest management. MANDATE: The PEI Model Forest Network Partnership Ltd will endeavor to build broad based partnerships that will consider the views of all those interested in PEI's forest. The PEI Model Forest Network Partnership Ltd will support education, demonstration and or research projects.

    2 爱尔兰鸟类观察--BWI

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        BirdWatch Ireland is the leading voluntary conservation organisation in Ireland, devoted to the conservation and protection of Ireland's birds and their habitats. We are a registered charity (No. 5703) with more than 10,000 members and supporters and have 20 branches nationwide. BWI is funded by annual membership subscriptions, donations, grants and sponsorship. We employ up to 15 full-time professional staff and approximately the same number of short term contract staff who carry out research and survey programmes. As a voluntary organisation, we greatly rely on the help and generosity of volunteer members. The success of the organisation to date is due primarily to our members and volunteers, our staff and the support of our sponsors. History BirdWatch Ireland is the trading name of the Irish Wildbird Conservancy (IWC), which was formed in 1968 from the merger of three ornithological bodies - the Irish Society for the Protection of Birds (ISPB), the Irish Ornithologists' Club and the Irish Wildfowl Conservancy. Since then, we have grown to become Ireland's largest, most experienced and active independent nature conservation body. We have a network of member branches throughout the country, actively promoting the importance of birds and their habitats. Key Aims of BWI BirdWatch Ireland is an independent body with clear aims and objectives devoted to the conservation and protection of Ireland's wild birds and their habitats. Research, surveys and conservation projects aimed at threatened birds and their habitats form the basis of BWIs conservation policies. Surveys are carried out on a voluntary basis by our members or on a professional basis with government agencies and other conservation and non-government organisations (NGOs). Development of policies and lobbying for their implementation also form important aspects for BWI's work. Our aims is to ensure that sites of national and international importance for birds are managed to maximise their nature conservation potential and ensure that Ireland's responsibilities under the various EU directives (EU Habitat Directive, EU Birds Directive, EU Water Framework Directive) are fulfilled. Also to ensure that such directives are transposed in Irish law and successfully implemented and enforced, along with other national legislative acts (e.g. Wildlife Act 2002 Amended) and International Obligations such as the Convention on Biological Diversity, signed in Rio by the Irish Government in 1992. BirdWatch Ireland owns or manages an increasing number of reserves which protect threatened habitats for birds. Among the best known are the Wexford Wildfowl Reserve, Little Skellig and Bullock Island on the Shannon Callows. BWI has defined long-term aims and objectives in its Forward Strategy document. This was published in August 2002 and has been distributed to all members and other interested parties. The key aims of BirdWatch Ireland are: Maintain and, where possible, improve the conservation status of all Irish bird species. Prevent the extinction of any Irish bird species in the wild. Conserve, and where appropriate, improve and enlarge sites and habitats important for birds. Help through birds, to conserve biodiversity (other wildlife) and thereby improve the quality of people's lives. Integrate nature conservation with sustainable development. Educate and promote awareness of our birdlife and habitats. The objectives and actions to realise these aims are defined in the Forward Strategy and reproduced on this website . These are grouped together under the headings: Species, Sites, Habitats, People. Follow the Objectives link to learn more about these BWI objectives. Follow the Organisation link to learn more about the BWI organisation including staff details, publications, sponsors and other partner organisations.

    3 英国皇家鸟类保护学会--RSPB

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        Since its founding in 1889, the RSPB has grown into a wildlife conservation charity with more than a million members. It has offices across the UK and, since its successful first campaign to end the plumage trade, it has widened its sphere of influence to include a huge range of issues that affect wildlife and habitats. The RSPB: Works with decision makers on behalf of birds and the environment Researches wildlife problems and promotes practical solutions Protects, restores and manages important areas for wildlife across the UK Works internationally through a global conservation partnership called BirdLife International Shares expertise and knowledge to help young and old enjoy the natural world Tackles wildlife crime and habitat loss Works with landowners and farmers to help countryside birds An elected Council and committees for Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales oversee our work. The Chief Executive reports to our Council. Divisional directors of Conservation, Finance, Human Resources, Public Affairs, Marketing, Scotland, International, Northern Ireland, Wales and the English regions form our Management Board. The RSPB is the UK charity working to secure a healthy environment for birds and wildlife, helping to create a better world for us all.

    4 美国野生动物保护者

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        Defenders of Wildlife is dedicated to the protection of all native wild animals and plants in their natural communities. We focus our programs on what scientists consider two of the most serious environmental threats to the planet: the accelerating rate of extinction of species and the associated loss of biological diversity, and habitat alteration and destruction. Long known for our leadership on endangered species issues, Defenders of Wildlife also advocates new approaches to wildlife conservation that will help keep species from becoming endangered. Our programs encourage protection of entire ecosystems and interconnected habitats while protecting predators that serve as indicator species for ecosystem health.

    5 国际实验室动物科学委员会--ICLAS

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    •   ICLAS is an international scientific organization dedicated to advancing human and animal health by promoting the ethical care and use of laboratory animals in research worldwide. The aims of ICLAS are: To promote and coordinate the development of Laboratory Animal Science throughout the world and as a matter of priority in developing countries; To promote international collaboration in Laboratory Animal Science; To promote quality definition and monitoring of Laboratory Animals; To collect and disseminate information on Laboratory Animal Science; To promote world-wide harmonization in the care and use of laboratory animals; To promote the humane use of animals in research through recognition of ethical principles and scientific responsibilities; To promote the ‘3R’ tenets of Russell and Burch;

    6 赞比亚蒙达万加环境保护组织

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        Ralph Sander, a civil servant in the then Colonial Government of Northern Rhodesia, started Munda Wanga in 1950. He called it 'Munda Wanga' as this means 'My Garden' in Nyanja, a Zambian language. At first his plans were for a private garden, but his enthusiasm got the better of him. His garden grew to a size and quality that people wanted to visit; the income from entrance charges helped to meet the running costs. Ralph developed the garden not only as a Botanical Garden introducing new species to Zambia but also as a site where young Zambians could display there skills as sculptors, artisans, bricklayers. Even today the Gardens complicated hard landscaping still survives the test of time. In 1968, with the Gardens finding it difficult to meet its' costs, the Government of Zambia bought them and added a large area of land to develop a collection of animals. With the high price of copper, Munda Wanga developed in the centre of Lusaka life. With the drop in the copper markets, Munda Wanga entered a new phase in its life. Passed between Government Departments, Munda Wanga suffered. The Gardens became overgrown and neglected. The animals were badly cared for, many of them dying when food supplies dried up. The poor state of Munda Wanga caused an outcry and the Government felt compelled to do something about it. In late 1998, the management of Munda Wanga was given a new lease of life with a private trust taking over the running of this much loved institution. The main aim of the Trust is to establish a modern Environmental Education and Interpretation Centre, unrivalled in the region, which will use the newly restored Botanical Gardens, Wildlife Park and Sanctuary as a teaching resource. In the future, we will add a Cultural Centre so that we will be able to include the cultural component in to the Environmental Education Programme in an interactive and informative manner. The Munda Wanga Trust has since taken Munda Wanga back in to the centre of Lusaka life. Many new developments have taken place that make Munda Wanga today unrecognisable from the Munda Wanga of ten years ago, check out the News page for the latest details. Munda Wanga is once again a place that Zambia can be proud of and enjoy, and we haven't stopped working so things will continue to get better.

    7 美国马里兰大学环境科学研究中心--UMCES

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        美国马里兰大学环境科学研究中心是马里兰大学13个分支研究机构之一,它四分之三的研究集中在切萨皮克湾以及周围的各个流域,同时它的研究还涉及全球范围的海洋和陆地环境,从南太平洋到塞伦盖蒂平原,从极地严寒地带到赤道的热带地区等。 本网站介绍了研究中心的人员配置、研究领域、会议新闻、以及它提供的本科和研究生教育等信息。 As one of 13 academic institutions within the University System of Maryland and governed by the Board of Regents, UMCES is the only institution charged with maintaining a comprehensive program of environmental research, education and service. UMCES' research spans not only Maryland but the globe, with scientists based at either its federal partnership program Maryland Sea Grant College or one of its three laboratories across the state: Appalachian Laboratory, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory and Horn Point Laboratory Located in western Maryland, the Appalachian Laboratory (AL) is at the farthest upland reaches of the Chesapeake Bay watershed within the state. Lab Director Robert H. Gardner and the AL faculty conduct research on the structure of terrestrial and freshwater systems and the ecology of their component species, contributing to our knowledge of the complete Chesapeake Bay system from upland stream to tidal tributary to the coastal Atlantic Ocean. UMCES' oldest facility, the Chesapeake Biological Laboratory (CBL), is located on the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay at the mouth of the Patuxent River. Lab Director Kenneth Tenore and the CBL faculty members have established a distinguished record of major contributions to regional, national, and international environmental research in the marine sciences. CBL features with a visitor's center and seasonal tourist activities, it is also home to the Center's research fleet. Horn Point Laboratory (HPL) is located on the Choptank River, a tributary of the Chesapeake Bay on Maryland's Eastern Shore. HPL faculty members conduct research on the biology, chemistry, physics, and ecology of organisms and ecosystems from wetlands and estuarine waters of the Bay to the continental shelf and open waters of the world's oceans under the guidance of Lab Director Michael Roman. Horn Point is also home to the Environmental Education Program, a series of activities aimed at educating K-12 students and their teachers. Led by Director Jonathan Kramer, the Maryland Sea Grant College (MDSG) is a partnership program with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Focused on making the United States the world leader in marine research and sustainable development of marine resources, MDSG is one of 30 State Sea Grant programs at over 200 universities and is housed at the University System of Maryland College Park campus. Maryland Sea Grant began as a program in 1977, obtained Sea Grant College status in 1982 and came under the UMCES' guidance in 1999.

    8 国际环境和发展研究所--IIED

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        IIED is an independent, non-profit organization promoting sustainable patterns of world development through collaborative research, policy studies, networking and knowledge dissemination. We work to address global issues, for example; mining, the paper industry and food systems. Over the last thirty years IIED has earned a world-wide reputation and was the first recipient of the Blue Planet Prize (1992) for outstanding contributions to environmental policy and action. Founded in 1971, as the International Institute for Environmental Affairs in the United States, today the institute comprises a multicultural, multilingual staff of over 70 people from 18 countries and is headquartered in London.

    9 美国华盛顿州水鸟协会--WWA

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        With over 50 years of volunteerism to its credit, Washington Waterfowl Association, (WWA) is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt, non-profit corporation dedicated to waterfowl conservation and habitat improvement, within the State of Washington. We are a hands-on organization whose members put their money (and backs) where their mouths are literally donating thousands of dollars and thousands of man-hours every year to assist the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife (WDFW) in habitat enhancement projects throughout the state. All of these projects have been on public lands to ensure that our efforts in habitat enhancement benefit all citizens of the state. WWA has been active in these various conservation efforts since its formation in 1945. A few facts about the WWA: We were established in 1945 We are a non-profit 501 (3) organization We have 8 chapters throughout Washington, (see list below) We spend all of our resources within Washington We work closely with WDFW & USDFW Several of our members serve on the WDFW Waterfowl Advisory Group We are members of Washingtonians for Wildlife Conservation Our projects include nest box construction, litter pickup projects, nest counts, working with Eagle Scouts and other youth groups, conduct monthly meetings, working at refuges, participation in sportsman's shows, donating funds to youth safety gun classes, conducting hunter education classes, hosting shooting events, building blinds, working with local Tribes, and assisting with the planting of food plots for waterfowl to name a few! We don't contract out our works, our members and their families roll up their sleeves and work together as a team to complete our projects. We have a real sense of community and fellowship as we donate our time to enhance habitat and promote our favorite pastime, waterfowling! Our Mission: We strive to preserve, protect, and improve the sport of water fowling, particularly in the State of Washington. To that end, we are involved in the following activities: We teach respect for all waterfowl species, and improve habitat for them. We conduct educational programs related to waterfowl, conservation, sportsmanship, and hunter safety. We study, advise, recommend, and secure enactment of legislation in the interest of waterfowl hunting. And, we have a lot of fun!

    10 中国牡丹网

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