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UK NEA follow-on phase
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Who is involved?


The UK NEA follow-on project continues to be an inclusive process by retaining a governance structure similar to the first phase and comprising of an Expert Panel and its Co-Chairs, a Stakeholder Group,  Principal Investigators leading their research teams, a Funders Group and a Secretariat.



Co-Chairs of the Expert Panel
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The scientific analysis will be led by three Co-Chairs who are experts from the policy, natural science and economic communities.

Expert Panel
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An Expert Panel of UK experts from a range of relevant disciplines including natural science, social science, humanities, scenarios, economics, policy, planning and business will guide the follow-on process.

Stakeholder Group
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Members of the Stakeholder Group represent key users of the project's outputs and consist of organisations from across the public, private and voluntary sectors.

Principal Investigators
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Principal Investigators will lead work packages covering four areas: economic analysis, cultural ecosystem services and cultural, shared and plural values, future ecosystem changes, and tool development and enhancement.

Funders Group
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The Funders Group is formed of representatives from organisations that commisioned the UK NEA follow-on project and will provide guidance and oversight during the course of the project.

Secretariat
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An independant Secretariat is provided by the United Nations Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC).

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