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To qualify as a WGIN National Association Member, the applicant association must be:

  • associated with the Green Infrastructure Industry

  • be aligned with the vision and mission statements of WGIN

  • registered as a Not-For-Profit or NGO association

  • have a minimum of three board members

  • have a minimum of 20 paid up members

Once qualified, the National Association may vote at the AGM and be eligible for a WGIN board position.

Annual fees:

  1. National associations (less than 200 paid-up members): 250 euros
  2. National associations (more than 250 members): 600 euros
  3. National affiliate organisations & associations: 250 euros
  4. National individual membership: 100 euros


The World Green Infrastructure Network (WGIN) brings together national and regional industry associations to promote the development of the green infrastructure industry through training, research, advocacy for new policy, conferences, publications, and promotion.

WGIN membership has the benefit of uploading project information and green infrastructure images. The world needs to know about your corporation and the projects you are working on.

Our Newsletter also now reaches 15,000 subscribers and our website attracts consistent traffic for information and suppliers of green infrastructure products globally.

Consider the benefits of joining WGIN and promote your company, projects, products and services.

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•    Advertising on Website
•    Logo recognition on web site
•    Logo in quarterly newsletter – member profits
•    Social media notices
•    Copy of  ‘Green Cities of the World’ *
•    25% off WGIC Booth**


•    All Zinc and Copper benefits PLUS:
•    Advertising on website
•    One Free Pass to WGIN Congress
•    Speaking Opportunity at WGIC
•    50% off list price of books purchased
•    Upload company projects on this website

*Member Benefit: Green Cities of the World Book 
Published by WGIN, ‘Green Cities of the World’ (second edition) brings together a mix of academics, practitioners, entrepreneurs, and professionals to provide new insights into green urban development across the globe. The book contains market intelligence from more than 25 countries.

**Member Benefit: World Green Infrastructure Congress (WGIC)
This annual event attracts between 400 to 600 delegates from around the world.  Each has a trade show component as well as tours and technical presentation.  Past conferences include Toronto, Canada (2009), Mexico City, Mexico (2010), Indore, India (2011), Hangzou, China (2012), Nantes, France (2013), Sydney, Australia (2014), Nagoya, Japan (2015) Columbia (2016); Berlin GER (2017); India (2018)

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