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Conservation Leadership Programme (CLP) Team Awards 2021 for early-career conservationists

Conservation Leadership Programme (CLP) Team Awards 2021 for early-career conservationists

Deadline:October 23, 2020

The Conservation Leadership Programme (CLP) is accepting applications for the 2021 Team Awards. The awards target exceptional teams of early-career conservationists leading high-priority projects across the world.

The CLP Team Awards are a competitive process through which CLP aims to identify, recognise and empower rising stars in conservation, who work mainly in the developing world.

Awards are granted to teams undertaking high-priority projects that involve not just research but also practical actions and community outreach to promote pro-conservation attitudes and achieve tangible, effective and long-lasting conservation solutions.

Awards

Through the new online application portal, eligible applicants can apply for one of three types of award:

  1. Future Conservationist Awards (up to $15,000 per project)
  2. Conservation Follow-Up Awards (up to $25,000 per project; available only to previous recipients of a Future Conservationist Award)
  3. Conservation Leadership Award (up to $50,000 per project; available only to previous recipients of a Follow-Up Award).

Benefits

  • The award-winning teams will benefit from a project grant as well as global recognition for their exceptional work in conservation.
  • All team members will have opportunities to build connections with peers and access expert mentorship through the CLP Alumni Network.
  • Individuals from winning teams are also invited to participate in international, regional and online training courses to develop their conservation knowledge and skills.
  • The international Conservation Management & Leadership course is particularly renowned among CLP alumni.

Eligibility

  • Applicants must propose projects that support the conservation of species listed as Data Deficient, Vulnerable, Endangered or Critically Endangered on the global IUCN Red List.
  • Projects must take place in an eligible country, be led (or co-led) by a national of one of these countries, and involve at least three team members.
  • Projects submitted for Future Conservation Awards should last for three to 12 months.
  • Follow-up projects may be up to but no more than two years in length.

Application

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.

More details can be found on the FAQs and Guidelines for Applicants.Click here to apply.

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