Calling Conservationists

November 7, 2012

Under the support of the Conservation Leadership Programme, Chinese researcher Wang Jie conducted a learning exchange at Purdue University where he learned techniques which help him conserve the endangered Chinese giant salamander- the largest amphibian species in the world.

For more than 25 years, the Conservation Leadership Programme has fostered and trained wildlife conservation professionals. A new call for young activists promises awards to early-career conservationists with less than five years of experience in the conservation arena.

Previous CLP award winners could receive as much as $50,000 in funds; a number of first-time applicants will be granted $15,000 to support initiatives. Winners of Future Conservationist Awards will have the opportunity to implement high-priority conservation projects that will develop their careers and contribute to global conservation efforts.

To learn more about these opportunities and their eligibility, read our press release>>
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