The Terra Viva Grants Directory develops and manages information about grants for agriculture, energy, environment, and natural resources in the world's developing countries.

University of Queensland Australia — Online Course: Making Sense of Climate Science Denial

The University of Queensland Australia, in partnership with edX, offers an online course on climate change science. Participants will develop the skills and knowledge to better understand climate change, identify the techniques and fallacies that climate myths employ to distort climate science, and learn to effectively debunk climate misinformation. The course is free and no previous knowledge on the subject is required. Enrollment is open. The course starts on 07 February 2022. About this course

Earth Journalism Network — Conservation and Wildlife in East Africa Story Grants

The Earth Journalism Network (EJN) offers reporting grants to journalists in East Africa to support the production of in-depth stories on conservation and wildlife issues. EJN expects to award 10 grants, with an average budget of US$800 each. Applications are open to journalists, photojournalists and other expert media practitioners from Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda. The application deadline is 09 February 2022. Find details

Development Bank of Latin America — Sustainable Development in Latin America and the Caribbean

CAF Development Bank of Latin America supports research projects that contribute to the understanding of the costs and benefits that tackling climate change and preserving the environment entail. A maximum of three prizes will be awarded. Each winning proposal will receive a research grant of up to US$15 thousand to carry out the project. Proposals may be submitted individually, as a team or through an institution in English or Spanish. Applications must be submitted by 11 February 2022. Find the call

Global Youth Climate Action Fund — Microgrants 2022

The Global Youth Climate Action Fund finances youth-led climate action in communities vulnerable to the effects of climate change. The fund targets youth-led organizations and networks seeking funding for their projects and businesses. Projects should focus on sustainable agriculture, clean energy solutions, protecting marine life and mitigating climate catastrophes, capacity building, protecting biodiversity and influencing behavioral change, as well as technology and innovation that solve climate-related problems. Successful applicants will be awarded grants between US$500 – US$1,000. Each team is requested to submit their applications by 11 February 2022. Climate Action Microgrants

Swedish Institute — Management Program Europe

The Swedish Institute Management Program (SIMP) Northern and Eastern Europe seeks ambitious and innovative leaders who want to learn more about sustainable business practices. The international leadership program offers proven tools and knowledge from experts with the goal to help participants to develop and implement an action-oriented sustainability strategy. The Swedish Institute covers the cost of training and content for all participants. Participants of the SIMP program will be selected from both businesses and organizations. Applicants must be citizens and residents of Armenia, Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russian Federation, Sweden or Ukraine. The application deadline is 13 February 2022. Management Program Europe

Canadian International Development Research Center — IDRC Research Awards 2022

The International Development Research Center (IDRC) makes research awards to citizens and permanent residents of Canada, and to citizens of developing countries. The award provides for a one-year paid program of research in addition to hands-on experience in research management, grant administration, and the use of knowledge from an international perspective. Six positions are available at IDRC’s head office in Ottawa (Canada). Program areas include climate resilience and sustainable food systems; and several others. Applicants should be enrolled, or have previously completed, their masters or doctoral degrees at recognized universities. IDRC identifies countries not eligible for awards, as well as countries requiring prior approval. The deadline for applications (English, French) is 14 February 2022. IDRC Research Awards

Canada Fund for Local Initiatives — Community Projects in Sri Lanka

The Canada Fund for Local Initiatives (CFLI) invites proposals that meet the needs of local communities in Sri Lanka. CFLI provides funding to projects that implement environment and climate action projects focusing on adaptation and mitigation, targeted response in the event of disasters as well as water management and other thematic areas. The average contribution is C$30 thousand to C$50 thousand per project. Eligibility extends to not-for-profit local, national or community-based organizations. The deadline for submission is 16 February 2022. CFLI Sri Lanka

American Museum of Natural History — Research Grants 2022

The American Museum of Natural History sponsors a number of research grants and student exchange fellowships. The Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Grants support early-career researchers for research in any phase of wildlife conservation or related fields of North American fauna, defined as fauna north of the Isthmus of Panama, including the Caribbean. Grants are generally between US$1,000 and US$3,500. The application deadline for Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Grants is 21 February 2022. Details here

Earth Journalism Network — Media Workshop on Wildlife and Conservation Reporting in East Africa

The Earth Journalism Network (EJN) invites journalists from Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, and Rwanda to apply for a five-day wildlife and conservation workshop in Uganda. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of conservation efforts in the region and learn how researchers, Indigenous groups, and local communities are protecting their ecosystems. Journalists interested in covering human-wildlife conflicts, poaching, trafficking and other wildlife crimes are invited to apply. EJN will bear the travel, accommodation, and meal costs of selected participants. The application deadline is 21 February 2022. Media Workshop

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service — Wetlands and Migratory Birds in Mexico

The Mexico Standard Program promotes the protection and restoration of wetland ecosystems and other habitats for wetlands-associated migratory birds and other fish and wildlife. Grants under this call generally range from US$50 thousand to US$700 thousand. Eligibility extends to individuals, corporations, government agencies, universities, and international organizations. The submission deadline is 25 February 2022. Details here