The National Geographic Society seeks proposals from around the world that aim to test innovative approaches to issues surrounding the production or consumption of energy, food, infrastructure (including transportation or “green space”), and freshwater in and around cities.
The tve Global Sustainability Film Awards encourage companies large and small to showcase through their own films, pioneering innovations and their impact on the world, their workforce, their communities and the environment.
The Global Challenges Prize 2017: A New Shape offers US$5 million in awards for the best ideas for a global governance framework that can better manage the threats posed by four interlinked ‘mega-risks’: climate change, environmental damage, conflict and extreme poverty.
An initiative of Emmanuel Macron, President of France to researchers, teachers, students, business, entrepreneurs and non-governmental organizations anywhere in the world to move to France and make our planet great again.
EU organizations can apply funding for projects in the following themes: Nature and Biodiversity, Environment and Resource Efficiency, Environmental Governance and Information, Climate Change Mitigation, Climate Change Adaptation, Climate Governance and Information.