External Funding Opportunities
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74(~25/11) Call for Proposals: Indo-Burma Ramsar Regional Init.. file2020-11-06440
73(~01/02) Waterbird Society — Research Grants for Wading Bird..2020-10-29471
72(~30/11) Keidanren Nature Conservation Fund — Grant Program .. file2020-10-13240
71(~25/11)World Wildlife Fund U.S. — Reforestation Grants file2020-10-06297
70(~20/11)U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service — Arctic Goose Joint .. file2020-10-06540
69(01/02 & 01/06) Rainforest Trust — Creating New Protected Ar..2020-08-24651
68(~15/11) American Museum of Natural History — Ornithology Re..2020-08-13428
67(~31/08) Hawk Conservancy Trust — Marion Paviour Award file2020-08-10866
66(01~30/11) European Outdoor Conservation Association — Fundi..2020-07-201110
65(~31/10) Seabird Group — Small Grants file2020-07-20730
64(~10/08) U.S. National Fish and Wildlife Foundation — Seabir.. file2020-07-20631
63(~15/09) Future for Nature Foundation — Future for Nature Aw..2020-07-011023
62(~31/08) Both ENDS — JWH Initiative file2020-07-01626
61(~14/08) Institute for Global Environmental Strategies — Sat.. file2020-07-01606
60(~30/09) Erik Hosking Charitable Trust — Writing, Photos, an..2020-06-241118

 

The Global EbA (Ecosystem-based Adaptation) Fund was established to provide rapid and targeted support through seed capital for innovative approaches to Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA). The Global EbA Fund grants should be complementary to and add value to existing work, by filing a gap in an existing project, enhancing the impact of an investment in EbA, contributing to policy upscaling of EbA, and/or serving to develop a larger proposal to another funding mechanism. The Global EbA will make contribution from USD50,000 to USD250,000 to selected projects that target one or more countries which are eligible for official development assistance (ODA) or global or thematic projects.
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Established in 2016, the Waterbird Fund supports essential long-term waterbird monitoring activities, capacity building and the conservation actions these support. The Fund is managed by Wetlands International, in collaboration with hundreds of organisations and individuals around the world. To date, the Waterbird Fund has principally helped support International Waterbird Census counting efforts with small grants of €500-€2000. The Fund supports and is endorsed by several multilateral environmental agreements and frameworks, including the Convention on Migratory Species, the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands, the UNEP African-Eurasian Waterbird Agreement, CAFF’s Arctic Migratory Bird Initiative and the East Asian – Australasian Flyway Partnership.
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The Nagao Wetland Fund (NWF) is intended to support Contracting Parties in the Asia and Oceania regions on small-scale projects, with a maximum offer of USD 18,000 per project. The NWF is particularly interested in receiving applications for projects which aim to deepen scientific knowledge and/or raise the environmental awareness of the general public. The projects should be identified as a national priority by the Contracting Party in the implementation of the Convention’s Strategic Plan 2016-2024.
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