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Working Group for the component indicator for human-wildlife conflict for Target 4 of the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework

The Working Group was convened following a six-week-long open call for applications, and it includes experts from more than 40 countries who generously gave their time voluntarily to this initiative. Complete Terms of Reference for the Working Group can be found here.

Working Group Members

HWCCSG Experts

Alexandra Zimmermann

Luna Milatović

Beatrice Frank

Camilla Sandström

Diogo Veríssimo

Ee Phin Wong

Greta Iori

James Stevens

Jenny Glikman

Santiago Zuluaga

Simon Hedges

Simon Pooley 

Sugoto Roy

Core Group Experts

Alexander L. Metcalf

Ardiantiono

Astghik Markosyan

Cole Burton

Dibyendu Kumar Mandal

Francesca Mahoney

Indira Chakravarti

Indrani Sasmal

Jeremy Cusack

Joana Pereira

Kate Vannelli

Kayla Cranston

L. Jen Shaffer

Parties

Amanda L Gonzales, USA
Andrea Monaco, Italy
Carlos Mario Orrego Vásquez, Costa Rica
Edson Gandiwa, Zimbabwe
Hailu Zerfu Kassa, Ethiopia
Johann Waldron, Guyana
Kabelo Jacob Senyatso, Botswana
Madeleine Nyman, Finland
Matt Heydon, UK
Muhammad Samar Hussain Khan, Pakistan
Shirley Ramirez, Costa Rica
Tal Polak, Israel
Valeria Cruz Blancas, Mexico

​Lisa Naughton

Manori Gunawardena
Matea Vukelić
Mauro Lucherini
Melissa Arias Goetschel
Olga Biegus
Sabrina Dietz
Shanta Shamsunnahar
Smriti Dahal 
Sybille Klenzendorf
Tamanna Kalam
Tanuj Nagpal
Valeria Boron

We are extremely grateful for the input and time put towards the initiative by the rest of the Working Group members: Alexandra Kalandarishvili, Alfredo Romero-Muñoz, Bikash Ghimire, Carolina Susana Ugarte Caraball, Constant Ndjassi, Durga Nanda Yadav, Graziele Batista, Holly Dublin, Imakando Crispin Sinyama, Jan van der Ploeg, Jaroslaw Kuczaj, Jim Casaer, Jiska van Dijk, Julie K. Young, Juraj Svajda, Khalid Pasha, Krishna Prasad Acharya, Laurie Marker, Muneeswaran Mariappan, Nay Myo Shwe, Paul Steele, Santiago Garcia
Viola Belohrad, Wulan Mayang Aprillyasari, Yano Truyers and Yolandi Schoeman.

We extend our thanks to Alejandro Gonzalez Bernal, Annah Mabidi, Bidur Khadka, Bilal Mustafa, Brandon Anthony, Claudia Bita-Nicolae
Claudia Capitani, Emu-Felicitas Ostermann-Miyashita, Felix Abayomi, Gnaneswar Chandrasekharuni, Igor Khorozyan, Koustubh Sharma, Kristina Rodina, Mohamed Nader, Obert Manyeza, Russel Gray, Shadrach Mwaba, Sikhangele Sibanda, Solange Vargas, Vincent Nyirenda, Yussuf Wato – for their contribution to the work of the Group. 

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