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Darwin Initiative: £10 million for international conservation projects

last modified May 30, 2018 08:49 AM
The Darwin Initiative will fund 52 projects around the globe sharing £10.6 million and delivering commitments in the 25 Year Environment Plan.

On International Day for Biological Diversity (22 May) the UK Government has announced the latest round of successful funding bids from the Darwin Initiative to deliver on flagship commitments set out in the 25 Year Environment Plan.

Environment Secretary, Michael Gove, awarded a total package of £10.6 million to 52 projects over the next three years from across the globe that will support and enhance biodiversity.

Since 1992, the Darwin Initiative has funded 1,055 projects from 159 countries, with a value of £140m.

 

Please find further details here and consult previously selected projects here.

 

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