2012 • 3 years, 9 months • Conservation & Sustainable Development
The International Institute for Sustainable Development’s (IISD) mission is to champion sustainable development through innovation, partnerships, research and communications. The goal of this grant is to develop policy and practical responses to mitigate the impact of human migration on critical ecosystems and biodiversity in the Great Lakes region of Africa. Funding to IISD will meet the costs of desk-based research into the drivers of migration and its impacts on critical ecosystems across the Great Lakes region; research to identify and select appropriate methodologies or tools for assessing the impacts of migration on conservation and for developing responses; the selection of case study sites and the development of appropriate mitigation responses to mitigate the impacts of human migration on critical ecosystems.
2005 • 3 years, 9 months • Conservation & Sustainable Development
In support of integrating peace and conflict impact assessments into conservation interventions in the Albertine Rift (over two years).
1997 • 1 year
For follow-up to the report "The Role of Major U.S. Foundations in the Implementaion of Agenda 21."
1996 • 1 year
For a report on the effect of harmful public subsidies on the environment.
1995 • 1 year
To support "Earth Negotiations Bulletin."
1995 • 1 year
To support research on harmful public subsidies that have a major influence on national economies and exert an adverse long-term impact on the environment.
1993 • 1 year • Population & Reproductive Health
To support daily publication of "Earth Negotiations Bulletin" during two preparatory committee meetings and the International Conference on Population and Development.