Americas members

Joining WWN can help civil society, community, and non-governmental groups in the Americas.

  • We can amplify your voice at the Ramsar Convention’s COP
  • We can provide attention to the wetland issues you are facing by contacting local authorities to express our concern as an international network
  • We can share your approaches with counterparts around the world.

Please contact Felipe Velasco who is the representative for the Neotropics or Laura Chamberlain who is representative for North America.

Why become a member?

See case studies, testimonials, and news of how WWN helps NGOs and CSOs on our Inspiration page.

If our story gives you some encouragement to jump and join WWN, wait no longer and let’s contact the team!

Felipe Velasco, Fundación Montecito

News about North America members

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News from Colombia

WWN Representative for Colombia, Felipe Velasco, has this update on activities in Lake Tota, with wetland …
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All Americas members

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Pat Kehoe

Joint Regional Representative, North AmericaOrganisation: Ducks Unlimited CanadaCountry: CanadaContact.Website.
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JCMore+

Contact: Jose Efraon Chocont Country: Colombia Twitter: @Jefchm
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Profile of KDC

Kim Diana Connolly

Joint-Representative, North America Organisation: University at Buffalo School of Law, State University of …
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CBD Alliance

Type of organisation: NGO Country: Bolivia Contact: Gadir Lavadenz Website: http://cbd-alliance.org/
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Elise Allely

Committee member Organisation: Youth Engaged in Wetlands Type of organisation: Youth Engagement Group Contact: eliseallely@hotmail.fr Website: …
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