Nine new members and three IPSI Collaborative Activities endorsed


We are pleased to announce the IPSI Steering Committee recently endorsed  nine new member organisations. Bringing IPSI’s total membership to 292 organisations! Meet the new members:


  • Union of Community Development Volunteers (Non-governmental or civil society organisation, Uganda)
  • Akita International University (AIU) (Academic, Educational and/or Research Institute, Japan)
  • Department of Integrated Science and Engineering for Sustainable Societies, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Chuo University (Academic, Educational and/or Research Institute, Japan)
  • Global Youth Biodiversity Network (Non-governmental or civil society organisation, Germany)
  • International Land Conservation Network (ILCN)  (Academic, Educational and/or Research Institute, USA)
  • Manna Rural Living Experimental Hub  (Non-governmental or civil society organisation, Chinese Taipei)
  • Pastoralist Economic & Social Advancement (PESA)  (Non-governmental or civil society organisation, Tanzania)
  • Secretariat do Infrastructure and Environment – Sao Paulo State Government (SIMA-SP)  (Local governmental organization, Brazil)
  • Taoyuan City Government  (Local governmental organization, Chinese Taipei)

We look forward to collaborating closely with all of them to promote the Satoyama Initiative concept in the future.


Moreover, the Steering Committee approved three new IPSI Collaborative Activities, bringing the total number of activities to 58. The new activities are: 


IPSI members are encouraged to propose any activities carried out cooperatively by multiple organisations, including at least two IPSI members, as IPSI Collaborative Activities. If any IPSI members would like to propose a new Collaborative Activity, please contact the IPSI Secretariat for the Proposal Form.