The IGES, the United Nations University Institute for Advanced Studies on Sustainability, and Japan’s Ministry of the Environment announce the latest round of sub-grants under the Satoyama Development Mechanism. The International Partnership for the Satoyama Initiative (IPSI) promotes the sustainable use of Socio-Ecological Production Landscapes and Seascapes. Grants are up to US$10 thousand for field projects; research; collaboration activities; and capacity building and outreach that link ecosystems and community systems on a sustainable basis. Applicants must be approved members of the IPSI at the date of submitting project proposals.
Please submit the completed "Project Format" (Attachment 1) to the SDM Secretariat. "SDM2020 Project Evaluation Format" (Attachments 3). and "IPSI Case Study Summary Sheet" (Attachment 5) are requested to be submitted by successful applicants at the completion of their projects.
Deadline: 14 August, 2020