Conservation Asia 2018 will provide an excellent opportunity for early and mid-career professionals to attend workshops on relevant topics. The workshops will offer several opportunities for capacity building in specific sectors.

Please check back here in early February, as the workshops are still being developed. Workshop registration will be offered with conference registration on an elective basis.

Early registration will be encouraged as courses will have limited places, and some may be oversubscribed. Please note that workshop fees will not include accommodation.

We invite proposals by workshop trainers to run free or low-cost workshops for conference attendees. 

 Please contact Alice Hughes (asia2@tropicalbio.org) if you have any queries about the workshops.

Please submit your workshop proposals here https://conservationasia2018.exordo.com

Deadline: 15 February 2018- Extended to 23 February 

Proposed Workshops(Details will be confirmed later)
Population Assessment and Distribution of elusive species Koustubh Sharma
Plant Invasion Pathways: How do we proceed to reach the target?Ahmet ULUDAG
Bio monitoring tools and use for mapping spatial trends spatial trends in endangered speciesLindsay Porter
Optimising protection using the SMART Approach CLICK HEARAntony Lynam and Michiel Hotte
Remote Sensing Perspectives for Land Use/Land Cover Change Detection and Climate Studies in Central AsiaVeraldo Liesenberg
Managing a genetics project…. and getting the results you really need! Helen Senn
Conservation Biology in Central AsiaElena Kreuzberg
Facilitating Conservation Research and Practice through Collaboration with Faith-Based CommunitiesJame Schaefer
Conservation story-telling with photographyKalyan Varma
Spatial EcologyAlice C. Hughes
Valuation of Ecosystem Services from the Protected AreasMadhu Verma
How to win a conservation campaign – communication and advocacy for wildlifeNeha Sinha
Harnessing the Power of Storytelling for ConservationMatthias Fiechter
Communication and Advocacy for ConservationNeha Sinha