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'Supporting environmental organizations in achieving their goals'

Examples of our work



2012 IUCN World Conservation Congress

(Jeju, South Korea)


This was amongst the largest ever gatherings of environmentalists, from grassroots NGOs to governments and the private sector. DJEnvironmental coordinated and led a multinational team of report writers to provide the official record of the seven-day Members’ Assembly and provided post-Congress publication services, including editing and typesetting (the latter in English, French and Spanish) of the Proceedings and Resolutions & Recommendations.



Also in 2011 and 2012, DJEnvironmental undertook major report-writing assignments for the Convention on Migratory Species (10th Conference of

Parties, Bergen, Norway, November 2011); African–Eurasian Migratory Waterbird Agreement (5th Meeting of Parties, La Rochelle, France, May 2012);

Ramsar Convention on Wetlands (11th Conference of Parties, Bucharest, Romania, July 2012).



Publications of UNEP’s Post-Conflict and Disaster Management Branch


Between 1999 and 2011 DJEnvironmental provided coordination, editorial, proofreading and/or typesetting services for a series of reports published by UNEP’s Geneva-based Post-Conflict and Disaster Management Branch, highlighting the sometimes hidden environmental problems that occur in the wake of natural disasters or armed conflict. These included:

  • Afghanistan – Post-Conflict Environmental Assessment (2003)
  • Depleted Uranium in Bosnia & Herzegovina – Post-Conflict Environmental

         Assessment (2001)


  • Desk Study on the Environment in Iraq (2003)
  • Environmental Assessment of Ogoniland (2011)
  • Environment in Iraq: UNEP Progress Report (2003)
  • Post-Conflict Environmental Assessmen – Albania (2004)
  • Post-Conflict Environmental Assessment – FYR of Macedonia (2004)
  • Seychelles – Post-Tsunami Environmental Assessment (2005)
  • The Kosovo Conflict – Consequences for the Environment & Human

         Settlements (1999)


  • UNEP in Haiti – 2010 Year in Review (2011)



International Single Species Action Plan for Lesser White-fronted Goose Anser erythropus


DJEnvironmental was responsible for compiling the draft Action Plan for this globally threatened species, taking

into account the contributions received from diverse stakeholders with sometimes strongly differing views on

certain issues. The finalized Action Plan was adopted by the 4th Meeting of Parties to AEWA

(Antananarivo, Madagascar, 2009).




Evaluation of cooperation between ACE

(Alliance of Beverage Carton Manufacturers for the Environment) and WWF


This was a desk-based evaluation of a groundbreaking cooperative agreement between a private-sector

trade association concerned with environmental performance and responsibility and one of the world’s

largest conservation NGOs. DJEnvironmental designed and implemented an evaluation framework involving

an online questionnaire and telephone interviews with key stakeholders from each cooperating partner.


Other recent evaluations have been carried out for WWF European Policy Office and PAN Parks / WWF-





AEWA International Review Process

– field mission to Syria


Tim Jones participated as one of three

experts in the first AEWA International

Review Process mission, conducted in

February 2010 (well before the current armed

conflict affecting the country). The mission

addressed the sensitive issue of illegal

hunting of Sociable Lapwing in Syria,

 identified as a key threat to this globally

threatened species. The IRP team met with

central and local government officials,

hunters, local people and other stakeholders

and submitted a detailed report and

recommendations to AEWA’s Standing





Publications of IUCN – International Union

for the Conservation of Nature


Working to IUCN’s in-house style guide, DJEnvironmental has

produced a series of documents covering different conservation

themes, including:


Building River Dialogue and Governance – three 12-page

publications for IUCN's BRIDGE Project which aims at building

water governance capacities through learning, demonstration,

leadership, and consensus-building, in particular in transboundary

river basins.


An Ecosystem Approach to Management of Seamounts in the

Southern Indian Ocean – published by IUCN’s Global Marine and

Polar Programme in 2013, this series of three volumes, running to

a total of 160 pages, was proofread, designed and typeset by



Water and Nature Initiative (WANI) Case Studies – working with

IUCN’s Global Water Programme in 2011 and 2012,

DJEnvironmental designed and typeset this series of six illustrated

reports on environmental flow assessments in river basins in

Latin America, Africa and Asia.




Publications of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands


The Ramsar Convention Manual, now in its 6th edition, was originally compiled, edited,

designed and typeset by Tim Davis in 1994. In 2010, DJEnvironmental compiled, edited,

designed and typeset a series of ten factsheets for the Ramsar Convention Secretariat on

the theme of ‘Wetland Ecosystem Services’. The work included an introductory factsheet on

wetland ecosystem services and another on data sources.


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and in the UK...


Publications of the Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC)



DJEnvironmental copy-edited two of JNCC’s major publications: three volumes of the

Marine Nature Conservation Review (Sealochs in West Scotland, 2007; Sealochs in north-

west Scotland, 2005; and Sealochs in the Outer Hebrides, 2002), and the three-volume

publication The UK SPA network: its scope and content, 2001.




County bird reports and journals


Since 2006 we have been typesetting and managing the production of Devon Birdwatching & Preservation Society’s well-regarded Journal, Devon Birds. Published three times a year, this includes the Society’s annual Devon Bird Report, acknowledged by the British Trust for Ornithology as the leader in its field.


In 2007 we designed and took on the typesetting of Somerset Ornithological Society’s annual bird report, Somerset Birds.




Publications of Palgrave

Macmillan and I.B.Tauris


Working to tight deadlines for Macmillan

India, DJEnvironmental has successfully

copy-edited and proofread the

manuscripts of twelve new titles

published by Palgrave Macmillan

( and I.B.Tauris






A Birdwatching Guide to

Brandenburg and Berlin


Tim Davis designed and typeset this

acclaimed 230-page fully illustrated guide,

penned and self-published by Roger White,

to birdwatching in the German state of

Brandenburg and the city of Berlin.

Published in 2012, the book has received

rave reviews in the ornithological press

and journals.




Publications of the Lundy Field Society (LFS)


DJEnvironmental produces the Society’s two annual publications,

the LFS Annual Report (which it also compiles and edits) and the

Society’s bulletin, relaunched in 2012 as Discovering Lundy.

In 2012 we also designed and produced the Society’s 100-page

book Protecting Lundy’s marine life, whiuch celebrates 40 years

of science and conservation in the waters around this much-loved

island off the coast of North Devon.



The Birds of Lundy


Researched, written, designed, typeset and published by Tim Davis and Tim Jones,

The Birds of Lundy (2007) describes the more than 300 species to have been recorded

on the island of Lundy, situated off the south-west coast of England across the entrance

to the Bristol Channel. To date the book has raised more than £16,000 in support of

conservation research into the island's bird life, in particular its population of

Manx Shearwaters. The authors are currently the island's bird recorders and produce

the yearly bird report published in the Annual Report of the Lundy Field Society.




Birds In Counties,

2nd Supplement


In 2009 we designed, typeset and

managed the printing of David Balance’s

self-published second supplement to his

Birds In Counties, an ornithological

bibliography for the counties of England,

Wales, Scotland, the Isle of Man,

the Channel Islands and, for the first

time, Ireland.


Tim Jones (far right) of DJEnvironmental discusses the conservation needs of Sociable Lapwings with stakeholders in Syria in February 2010.


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