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The guidance constitutes one step in a process, and it will have to continue to evolve in parallel with developments in knowledge and capacities. In the meantime, there is a good deal in the document that will help Contracting Parties and others make a meaningful difference on the ground. Continuing work As far as the continuing development of thinking and activity in this area is concerned, it is obviously a key aim to ensure that the guidance material is made widely available and actively disseminated among its intended audience (administra- tors, policymakers, researchers, advocates and above all site managers).
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In addition to the hard copies, the CD and the website, ideas are always welcome with regard to other outlets and publishing methods and to expanded modes of web access. In 2009, a new area on the re-launched Ramsar website was allocated to information about activities relating to culture; this area is expected to develop further over time to allow access to all the Convention’s own culture-related material in a single location. It may also expand to include other related material, as well. The invitation remains open for ideas on these issues to be sent at any time to the Ramsar Culture Working Group (via the addresses given on the website, or via the editors of the present volume).