Researchers and Conservationists with projects focusing on endangered species, who are working and established in either the UK, UK overseas territories or any country NOT classified by the World Bank as high-income, can now apply for a grant of between £3,000 and £10,000 per annum for up to two years.
Funding is available from the People’s Trust for Endangered Species for work that seeks to:
- Find the critical scientific evidence that will facilitate the conservation of a species
- Provide the answer to a key conservation question which will enable conservationists to undertake critical conservation action
- Undertake the implementation of a key local action which will result in a significantly, positive impact for an endangered species.
Priority will be given to projects that gather evidence needed to undertake necessary mitigation work, use scientific evidence to get changes made to local, national or international policy, devise and test a new methodology for monitoring a species or group of species. The trust is no longer accepting applications for work on bird species.
Applications should be submitted in early 2018 with the deadline for applications is the 20th April 2018.
If you have any questions about your eligibility, please feel free to email email@example.com