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Applications for the 2016 Conservation Leadership Programme (CLP) Conservation Team Awards are now open! CLP aims to advance biodiversity conservation globally by building the leadership capabilities of early-career conservation professionals working in high-priority places with limited capacity to address conservation issues. This partnership initiative, including BirdLife International, Fauna & Flora International and the Wildlife Conservation Society, has been helping young conservationists across the world achieve their goals for 30 years.

Award:

CLP will offer three levels of Conservation Awards:

  • Future Conservationist Awards: Up to $12,500 per project
  • Conservation Follow-Up Awards: Up to $20,000 per project (available only to previous CLP Future
  • Conservationist Award winners)
  • Conservation Leadership Awards: Up to $40,000 per project (available only to previous CLP Follow-Up Award winners)

Benefits:

Successfulapplicants will:

  • Develop the knowledge, skills and abilities of team members;
  • Implement a focused, high-priority conservation project combining research and action; and
  • Contribute to the long-term success of local conservation efforts.

Eligible Countries:

  • Africa: Algeria, Angola, Egypt, Mozambique, South Africa
  • Eurasia: Azerbaijan, Georgia, Turkey
  • Latin America & Caribbean: Brazil, Trinidad and Tobago, Mexico
  • Asia & Pacific: China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam
  • Middle East: Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Oman, United Arab Emirates
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Applications for the 2016 Conservation Leadership Programme (CLP) Conservation Team Awards are now open! CLP aims to advance biodiversity conservation globally by building the leadership capabilities of early-career conservation professionals working in high-priority places with limited capacity to address conservation issues. This partnership initiative, including BirdLife International, Fauna &...
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