CROP (Council of Regional Organizations of the Pacific) agencies
With the support and guidance of PIP, the Pacific Invasives Learning Network (PILN) is a professional network for invasive species workers in the Pacific. PILN organises skills and learning exchanges, workshops and meetings, facilitates multi-sector invasives teams in countries, and produces a monthly e-newsletter PILN Soundbites.
PILN acts as the main link between PIP and the Pacific countries and territories.
Pacific sub-regional representation:
To improve links between PIP agencies and Pacific countries and territories, PIP is in the process of identifying sub-regional representatives for Melanesia and Polynesia to serve on PIP.
Micronesia already has a high-level, sub-regional invasives body, the Micronesia Regional Invasive Species Council, which represents its sub-region on PIP.
PIP is not exclusive — if your agency works on invasives issues in more than one country of the Pacific, and you think it should join PIP, write to David Moverley (PIP Coordinator)