Apply for the Conservation Leadership Program 2021 Team Awards to receive recognition for work done in the Conservation sector and grant funding for more team projects.
The awards aims to support early-career conservationists overseeing high-priority projects in conservation across the world.
It will identify, recognise and empower, those who work mainly in the developing world.
Application Deadline:October 23, 2020
The following are the benefits of applying for the award:
To be eligible for participation,
Follow-up projects may be up to but no more than two years in length.
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The Conservation Leadership Program (CLP) Team Awards is an initiative focused on outstanding teams of early-career conservationists leading major solutions-oriented projects across the world.
The Awards are granted to conservation teams undertaking projects that involve not just research but also feasible actions and community outreach to promote pro-conservation attitudes and achieve tangible, effective and long-lasting conservation solutions.
Announcing the 2021 application has been sponsored by Arcadia, a charitable fund of Lisbet Rausing and Peter Baldwin.
All applications for Future Conservationist Awards must be submitted using the online platform by 23:59pm GMT on 23 October 2020.
CLP alumni applying for Follow-up or Leadership Awards must submit a Logical Framework by 17 September 2020 and, if this is approved, they must submit a full application by the 23 October 2020 deadline.
Selection decisions will be made in March 2021 by the CLP Award Selection Committee and the winners are expected to be announced in April 2021.
Once all applications have been submitted, they will be evaluated by the CLP Management Team who will check that both the project and team meet the eligibility criteria for funding.
Eligible applications will then be reviewed by conservation experts who will score each project proposal based on its feasibility, contribution to conservation, and capacity development of the teams.
Opt-out at any time. No strings attached.