If you wish to become a SCB member and receive the reduced member rate, visit www.conbio.org and join today!
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On a first-come, first-served basis, opportunities will be available via congress registration sign-up. Upon completion of four hours of volunteer time at Conservation Latin America, attendees will receive a 50% rebate on conferences registration. Capacity may be limited, details to follow.
*Developing country rates are available to attendees currently residing in developing/LDC countries as defined by the UN.
Conscious of the current situation in our region and to encourage participation, we reduced our registration fees. For the first time, we are offering packages, including congress registration and one-year membership for non-members, and we are offering a special package for universities.
This year’s registration rates are:
SCB Members Package Cost
SCB Member Developed Country registration US$ 30
SCB Member Developing Country registration US$ 10
SCB Member Student registration US$ 5
Non Member Package Cost
Non-Member Developed Country registration + 1 year membership US$ 95
Non-Member Developing Country registration + 1 year membership US$ 40
Non-Member Student registration* US$ 20
*In case non-member students are interested in the membership, they can opt to pay the professional
University Package Cost
University Package – 30 Students + Teacher US$ 500
There are multiple benefits to joining our conservation community by becoming a member of SCB. Among several benefits is the ability of members to participate in special webinars by renowned conservation experts and interact with their peers through members-only online communities. Looking for a fellow member for advice or expertise? Search the SCB member director and expertise database where you can find potential advisors or collaborators. Finally, members receive discounts on conferences, specialized books from Wiley, and complimentary or discounted access to specialized journals such as Conservation Biology and Biological Conservation in addition to publishing discounts for Conservation Letters and Conservation Science and Practice.