The Pew Fellows are selected through a rigorously competitive process. They are outstanding experts in their fields, which include a broad array of topics. At the core of every Pew Fellow’s project is communication and outreach that supports improved policies and action for our global environment. The Fellows serve on scientific, policy, management and editorial advisory boards, design environmental curriculum and programs, review proposals, conduct studies, create coalitions, and write comprehensive conservation reports, articles, and books that further global environmental goals. They have championed and established sustainable environmental agreements, policies, and programs at the regional, national, and international levels. They draft and review legislation, facilitate stakeholder communication and build consensus, testify at hearings, serve as representatives and observers at meetings of intergovernmental commissions, and negotiate conservation treaties. Numerous Pew Fellows have also served as consultants to radio, television, and film productions about conservation and the environment.
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