The BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Awards recognize fundamental contributions in a broad array of areas of scientific knowledge, technology, humanities and artistic creation, including climate change, ecology and conservation biology.
Research organizations from the UK, China, Sweden, India, and Japan can apply for funding for projects, that are expected to frame their research around human-environment interactions, taking into consideration the different relationships and interdependencies between the SDGs (the UN Sustainable Development Goals) and how to achieve multiple benefits from integrated strategies that are adapted to meet local contexts and needs.
The goal of the funding program is to provide start-up or seed funding to support innovative research and technology transfer projects that have the potential of benefiting the everyday work of arborists.
The Global Good Fund Fellowship, organized by the Global Good Fund, is a one-year virtual program comprised of leadership development coaching, executive mentorship, and funding for talented social entrepreneurs.
European Union Member states and international organizations, Joint Undertakings, or public or private undertakings or bodies established in Member States can apply for this grant, to finance projects of common interest in the energy sector, namely in electricity, smart grids, gas and cross-border carbon dioxide networks.
The FHI Ventures Social Enterprise Accelerator program bridges the “pioneer gap” for early-stage social enterprises that have launched but are not yet earning revenue from, a new product or service designed for social good.