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Climate Tracker — Global Climate Change Media Mentorship

Climate Tracker seeks young (18-35 years) journalists from around the world to join the Global Climate Change Media Mentorship. Six young journalists eager to produce climate stories will cover the climate crisis from the frontlines, producing exclusive stories for Climate Tracker. The deadline to apply is 18 February 2022. Climate Change Media Mentorship

German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development — Solutions to Prevent E-Waste

The German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) seeks innovative projects that promote the reuse, refurbishment and repair (RRR) of electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) to prevent e-waste. Eligible applicants are companies and NGOs registered in low- and middle-income countries. The organization can request up to €20 thousand in funding. The application deadline is 21 February 2022. RRR Accelerator

Pacific Islands Development Forum — Ecosystems Grant Program

The Pacific Islands Development Forum seeks to support proposals for research innovation and impacts of climate change in the Pacific. The overall objective is to strengthen the research and innovation ecosystems of small Pacific countries. Grants will not exceed €400 thousand. Eligibility extends to academic and research institutions, start-ups and non-profit organizations. Applications should be submitted no later than 28 February 2022. Know more

Earth Journalism Network — Ocean Media Initiative Story Grants

The Earth Journalism Network (EJN) offers reporting grants to journalists worldwide to support the production of in-depth stories on the high seas. EJN welcomes story ideas that focus on the high seas and their importance to climate change, biodiversity and other global issues. The Network expects to award up to 10 grants with an average budget of US$1200 each. Applicants can be from any country in the world, but applicants from coastal countries are preferred. The application deadline is 02 March 2022. Find details

Taiwan International Cooperation and Development Fund — Scholarships for Higher Education 2022

Taiwan’s program of development assistance includes scholarships for university students in eligible developing countries to study in Taiwan. The program provides full scholarships for applicants from selected countries in the Asia-Pacific region, Sub-Saharan Africa, the Caribbean region, Latin America, and certain other countries. Subject areas at Taiwan’s participating universities include tropical agriculture, aquaculture technology and management, environmental sustainable development, and others. Undergraduate students receive NT$12 thousand per month as an allowance, Masters students receive NT$15 thousand per month, and PhD students receive NT$17 thousand per month, plus travel, fees and other costs for the program. The application deadline is 15 March 2022. Find the scholarship

University of Miami — Scholarship for School of Marine and Atmospheric Science

The University of Miami offers 4 Rosenstiel Opportunity Scholarships to benefit historically underserved or underrepresented populations. Scholarship recipients are eligible to complete the Master of Professional Science program at no or significantly reduced tuition cost (80-100% tuition waiver). Fields of study include Aquaculture, Marine Conservation, Marine Mammal Science, Tropical Marine Ecosystem Management and many others. International applicants must submit official transcripts and diplomas from all colleges and universities attended. Applications are due by 15 March 2022. Rosenstiel Opportunity Scholarships

Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund — Regional Implementation Partner Madagascar and the Indian Ocean Islands

The CEPF aims to invest in biodiversity conservation projects targeting Comoros, Madagascar, Mauritius and the Seychelles. CEPF anticipates to support the development and oversight of a portfolio of approximately 100 grants. CEPF seeks to partner with an organization to serve as the Regional Implementation Team. Eligibility for grants extends to NGOs and other civil society organizations with substantial experience in climate change adaptation and biodiversity conservation. The deadline for letters of inquiry is 17 March 2022. Link

Netherlands Organization for International Cooperation in Higher Education — Orange Tulip Scholarship 2022/2023

Nuffic, a Dutch non-profit organization for internationalization in education, offers scholarships for studies in the Netherlands. Students from China, India, Indonesia, South Africa, Korea, Russia and Vietnam are invited to apply for studies at selected universities listed in the call. Subject areas include earth sciences, ecology, and many others. The Orange Tulip Scholarship recipients will get discounts on study fees ranging from 30% to 100%, or an offer for living expenses per month (without a discount on study fees).  Potentially interested individuals should review the courses and dates offered by the participating Dutch higher education institutions, and information about how to apply. The deadlines and criteria vary depending on the selected university and country of origin of the candidate. Applications are being accepted until 01 April 2022. Orange Tulip Scholarship Program

European Commission — Development of Climate Change Risk Assessments

The European Commission seeks proposals for development of climate change risk assessments in European regions and communities. The project is expected to develop an operational more advanced multi-risk assessment framework tool, enhance adaptive capacity of communities and reduce vulnerability to climate change. To be eligible for funding, applicants must be established in the European Union, the Overseas Countries and Territories of the EU, or low- and middle-income countries. The application deadline is 12 April 2022. Link

World Wildlife Fund — Environmental and Social Impact Assessment Grant

The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) invites applications for the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment Grant. The grant aims to provide financial support to teams and institutions working in Kenya, Tanzania, and Madagascar focusing on enhancing capacities to address environmental and social impact assessment capacity building needs with an emphasis on local communities. Applicants may request up to US$15 thousand. Applications must be submitted by 15 April 2022. Link to WWF