25 million Euro fund for species conservation worldwide

A
new fund has been established to boost species conservation
and to help push it to the forefront of the environmental
debate.

The fund was initiated by
His Highness Sheikh Mohames bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the Crown
Prince of Abu Dhabi, Unites Arab Emirates. The Mohamed
bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund amounting to 25 million
Euros, is now open for grant applications in the field
of species conservation.

The Fund will provide grants
targeted at individual species conservation initiatives,
recognize leaders in the field and help to raise the importance
of species conservation in the broader conservation debate.
The focus of this Fund is global and eligibility for grants
will extend to conservation efforts relating to all plant
and animal species, without discrimination.

Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed is a passionate conservationist
and environmental protection is one of his highest priorities.
With the establishment of the Species Conservation Fund
he hopes to make a genuine contribution to species conservation
worldwide.

For more information, please visit: www.mbzspeciesconservation.org

Last updated on 16 June 2014

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