Representative GrantsCambridge, United Kingdom2014
$800,000 To improve the management of Western Siem Pang dry forest ecosystems in Northeast Cambodia (over four years).
Representative GrantsAntananarivo, Madagascar2015
$300,000 improved community-based fisheries management in Loky Manambato protected area
Representative GrantsSan Francisco, California2015
$400,000 supporting communities in eastern Indonesia through a transition from Manta ray hunting and other unsustainable fisheries practices towards more sustainable livelihoods.
Representative GrantsBaraboo, Wisconsin2015
$425,000 To secure and improve the ecological integrity of Rugezi Marsh and other key wetlands in Rwanda (over three years).
Representative GrantsSan Francisco, California2016
$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.
February 21, 2014 - In The Media
February 19, 2014 - Press Release
The Award, which recognizes exceptional grantees and helps ensure their long-term sustainability, provides each organization with up to $1 million, depending on the size of its budget. Read More
February 14, 2014 - From The Field
A database that tracks offenders of wildlife crime in real-time across Uganda will enable better monitoring of arrests and identification of repeat offenders. Read More
January 31, 2014 - From The Field
AgroFrontera, a nonprofit sustainable development organization in the Dominican Republic, is partnering with the MacArthur-supported Counterpart International to turn around farming and fishing practices that have had grave environmental impacts on Montecristi National Park. Read More
January 16, 2014 - Publication
Himalayan Sherpas in the Everest region of Nepal are aware of local changes occurring as a result of climate change, but continue to be excluded from local, national and international discussions on the issue, according to ... Read More
January 16, 2014 - In The Media
January 7, 2014 - From The Field
Researchers from the Wildlife Conservation Society and the Kenyan Marine and Fisheries Research Institute have built a better fish trap, which keeps valuable fish in while letting young fish and non-target species out. Read More
December 17, 2013 - From The Field
Advanced forest monitoring tools designed to assist in forest conservation decisions are now available to the public free of charge, putting the ability to monitor forests into the hands of anyone, anywhere in the world. Read More