Contribute a Project



Image: Flow Country view over Knockfin Heights
© Richard Lindsay

Contribute a Project

Setting up a user profile

Please complete this registration form to receive a user profile and become a project contributor.

From the drop down list select the organisation that you work for. If your organisation is not listed, please contact the IUCN UK Peatland Programme (IUCN UK PP) team before proceeding any further either by using the contact page or emailing info@iucn.org.uk. The team will be able to arrange to have your organisation listed.

On completion of the registration form you will receive an email confirming your request. Once your registration is approved you will receive a further confirmation email after which your account is active.

If for any reason your registration is not accepted a member of the IUCN UK PP team will be in touch.

Next steps

Once your registration has been accepted please download the user manual below, which provides information on how to add new case studies or edit existing case studies. The Peatland Project Map is found here.

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