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With an emphasis on raising public awareness, the Yellow Sea Partnership is established to facilitate co-operation and coordination among various organisations which conduct activities for environmental conservation in the Yellow Sea.

The Partnership is expected to maximise the effectiveness and efficiency of each conservation activity.

Under the Partnership, member organisations or Partners communicate and collaborate actively through holding regular meetings, developing a strategy and plans, and implementing joint activities.

The Yellow Sea Partnership is open to any interested parties, including those representing scientific, academic, governmental, non-governmental, and international organisations, in addition to the general public, community groups, and private sector.

Currently, there are 13 organisations and programmes participating in the Partnership:

• Global Village of Beijing (GVB)
• Korea Ocean Research and Development Institute (KORDI)
• Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)
• Partnerships in Environmental Management for the Seas of East Asia (PEMSEA)
• The Nature Conservancy (TNC) Beijing
• UNEP Regional Seas Programme Northwest Pacific Action Plan (NOWPAP)
• UNDP/GEF Yellow Sea Large Marine Ecosystem (YSLME) Project
• United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) China
• Wetlands International (WI)
• Worldwide Fund for Nature – China
• Worldwide Fund for Nature – Hong Kong
• Worldwide Fund for Nature – Japan
• WWF/KORDI/KEI Yellow Sea Eco-Region Planning Programme (YSEPP)

“For those who are interested in joining the Partnership, please contact:”

UNDP/GEF Yellow Sea Project Management Office
1270 Sa2-dong Sangnok-gu, Ansan-si Gyeonggi-do, 426-744, Republic of Korea
Tel: 82-31-400-7829
Fax: 82-31-400-7826

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