Are you an early-career conservationist who wants to make a positive difference on the ground?
Then submit a project in the Conservation Leadership Program (CLP) Future Conservationist
Awards 2022 for a chance to be awarded a grant worth US$15,000 to develop your leadership
Application Deadline: October 10 2021
The CLP offers Future Conservationist Awards of up to US$15,000 each to develop leadership
capacity of early-career conservationists who wants to make a positive difference on the ground.
To be eligible for a CLP Future Conservationist Award, the team and project must meet the following eligibility criteria. Please read the complete Guidelines for Applicants for more details on eligibility and judging criteria.
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Each year, CLP calls for applications to support projects in low- and middle-income countries and some high-income islands in the Caribbean and Pacific.
Funding is awarded to teams of early-career conservationists to conduct scientific research, encourage and promote pro-conservation attitudes and deliver tangible results to better conserve and manage the natural world.
There are three grant levels to allow teams to scale up their initial projects. Starting with a Future Conservationist Award, teams are supported to undertake small-scale research and awareness-raising projects.
Through Follow-up and Leadership awards, teams can implement larger projects over a longer period of time and deliver practical solutions to conservation issues whilst learning to command more complex decision-making, communication and leadership skills.
The Kate Stokes Memorial Award is an additional grant which is awarded annually to an exceptional team of CLP alumni.
Applications must be submitted via the online platform by 11:59pm GMT on Sunday, 10 October, 2021.
Your project will be evaluated in three areas: 1.) Team capacity development; 2.) Contribution to conservation; and 3.) Project feasibility. Team Capacity Development:
Contribution to Conservation:
Opt-out at any time. No strings attached.