Related Grantees: International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, Wildlife Conservation Society
MacArthur's conservation grantmaking aims to preserve ecosystems and species and to promote development that respects the environment. Read our strategy and the current status of our work
$425,000 To secure and improve the ecological integrity of Rugezi Marsh and other key wetlands in Rwanda (over three years).
$300,000 improved community-based fisheries management in Loky Manambato protected area
$800,000 To improve the management of Western Siem Pang dry forest ecosystems in Northeast Cambodia (over four years).
$350,000 to build upon and expand successful environmental law and policy efforts in Colombia to Bolivia and Ecuador through training, national coordinating platforms, and legal advocacy.
$400,000 supporting communities in eastern Indonesia through a transition from Manta ray hunting and other unsustainable fisheries practices towards more sustainable livelihoods.