The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
- WWF Global
- Central African Republic
- Central America
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- European Policy Office
The IUCN Green List of Protected and Conserved Areas Programme was launched in 2014 to recognise and promote fairly governed and effectively and equitably managed protected and conserved areas around the world.
The Expert Assessment Group for the Green List (EAGL) is at the heart of the Green List implementation and is established in every participating jurisdiction. EAGLs’ role is to evaluate and assess a protected / conserved area’s application to become accepted as a Green Listed Area according to Adapted IUCN Green List Standards for Malaysia.
Being an EAGL member secures the opportunity to become part of a global Green List community of protected/conserved area practitioners and stakeholders in more than 60 countries through the IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas (WCPA). We highly encourage interested applicants to visit https://iucngreenlist.org/country/malaysia/ to explore the latest on Green List in Malaysia, and our current EAGL team.
EAGL members contribute time and efforts on a voluntary basis, in their personal capacity and according to their expertise without representing any organisation(s). The IUCN GLPCA User Manual contains more details on EAGL roles and the competency criteria. Note that knowledge on protected and conserved areas and related social issues will be of additional value. Please contact Ms. Elyrice Alim (email@example.com) should you wish to find out more about EAGL.
Interested individuals are kindly requested to apply no later than 20 November 2021 via https://iucn.secure.force.com/EAGLapplication/
The link contains request for:
1. Professional experience in a table format.
2. A self-evaluation of competency.
3. A short statement on why you are interested to join the EAGL.
4. An up-to-date CV (in English)
5. A declaration of your relevant interests to manage any Conflict of Interest
6. Confirmation of your commitment to dedicate up to 10 days of volunteer time per year (0.8 days per month) to the EAGL tasks, over at least two years. All travel and logistic expenditures will be covered.