2002 Environmental Grants
Academy of Natural Sciences
to support the exchange of environmental specialists from Mongolia and the United States participating in the Mongolian Long-Term Ecological Research project at Lake Hovsgol in 2002.
Alaska Marine Conservation Council
to enable an indigenous leader and an environmentalist from Russia to participate in the North Pacific Fisheries Management Council Meeting in Unalaska in summer 2002.
Association for the Protection of the Adirondacks
Schenectady, New York
to enable American cultural and environmental specialists and representatives of native communities in the Adirondacks to travel to Russia and Mongolia in spring 2003 as part of the Russian-American-Mongolian exchange program entitled Beyond the Boundaries.
Atlantic States Legal Foundation
Syracuse, New York
to enable American specialists in nutrient reduction techniques to travel to Bulgaria, Georgia, Romania, Russia, and Ukraine in 2003 in connection with ASLF's training program entitled Black Sea Recovery Project: NGO Technical Facilitation Program.
to support international travel and related expenses associated with the Russian-American exchange component of the Lake Baikal Eco-Tourism Project in 2002.
Brushy Fork Institute
to enable American specialists to travel to the Russian Far East to conduct sustainable development workshops for indigenous communities in summer 2002.
Center for Democracy
to support international travel and related expenses of Russian environmental specialists in a conference co-organized with the Center for Russian Environmental Policy in Moscow entitled The Health of the Environment at the White Oak Plantation in Jacksonville, Florida, in summer 2003.
Denver Zoological Foundation
to support international travel and related expenses in 2002 of scientists from the United States participating in the Endangered Wild Bactrian Camel Conservation Project in Mongolia.
Earth Day Network
to enable environmentalists from Eastern and Central Europe to participate in the Networks fellowship program in the United States in 2002-2003.
Earth Island Institute
San Francisco, California
to support the international exchange component in 2003 of the Center for Safe Energys Sustainable Energy Project in Russia and Ukraine.
to enable representatives of ECOLOGIA from the United States and Russia to participate in the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg in August 2002.
The Ecology Center
to support international travel and related expenses in 2003 in conjunction with exchange programs designed to increase the capacity of organizations in Russia to use geographic information systems to monitor and assess environmental issues.
New York, New York
to enable American energy specialists to travel to Moscow in fall 2002 in connection with a project entitled Business Workshop on Climate Change and New Environmental Markets.
Environmental Health Network
to support international travel between the United States and the Caspian region in 2003 in connection with the program entitled Developing and Strengthening Public Voices in the Call for Corporate Responsibility: Empowerment Workshops on the CPC Pipeline organized by Crude Accountability, an organization that focuses on oil and gas related environmental health and justice issues in the Caspian basin.
Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide
to enable environmental lawyers from the Czech Republic, Russia, the Slovak Republic, and Ukraine to participate in fellowship programs in the United States and to attend E-LAW's Annual International Meeting and the 21st Annual Public Interest Environmental Law Conference in 2003.
The German Marshall Fund of the United States
to provide renewed support for international travel by Central European and American specialists participating in activities of the Environmental Partnership for Central Europe in 2002-2003.
Global Forest Watch
to support international travel and related expenses in 2002 of Russian and American environmental scientists participating in an exchange project to map boreal forests in Russia.
Santa Monica, California
to support international travel and related expenses in fall 2002 and spring 2003 of Russian-American exchanges associated with the Legacy Program: Building Public Participation in Russian and American Decision Making for Toxic Waste Clean-up and Environmentally Responsible Chemical Weapons Destruction.
Government Accountability Project
to support Russian-American exchanges in 2003 associated with GAP’s program entitled Confronting the Legacies of Nuclear Weapons: Russia Project of Mutual Support and Exchange.
to support international travel and related expenses in 2002 for American participants in a project entitled Discover Lake Baikal: Next Steps in Developing an Eco-Tourism Industry.
Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy
to enable American environmental specialists to participate in a workshop entitled The Role of Biodiversity Conservation in the Transition to Rural Sustainability in Krakow in fall 2002 and to attend a follow-up meeting in Poland in winter 2003.
Institute for Sustainable Communities
to enable representatives of NGOs and government officials in Romania to visit the United States in connection with ISCs Sustainable Rural Development in Romania program in fall 2002.
Institute for Sustainable Communities
to allow grassroots activists from the Russian Far East to undertake a study tour of the state of Washington and to enable environmental experts from the United States to participate in ISCs Community Action Conference in Macedonia in spring 2003.
International Crane Foundation
to support international travel and related expenses in 2002 of Russian and American representatives of the Foundation and of Russias Crane Working Group of Eurasia.
to support international travel and related expenses of environmental activists from Russia, Kazakhstan, and the United States participating in a project entitled Educating for Change: Environmental Exchange and the Caspian Basin in 2002-2003.
The Nature Conservancy
New York, New York
to enable a specialist from the Conservancy to discuss environmental issues and priorities with government officials and scientists in Mongolia in fall 2002.
New York Botanical Garden
Bronx, New York
to support international travel and related expenses in 2002 associated with a collaborative training program conducted jointly with the Georgian Academy of Sciences in Tblisi.
to enable wildlife specialists from Russia to travel to Alaska in summer 2002 for the Forums Brown Bear Management Workshop.
to support international travel and related expenses in 2002-2003 associated with exchange programs designed to promote effective citizen participation in environmental protection activities in Siberia and the Russian Far East involving logging, biodiversity, marine conservation, and oil and gas exploration.
The Peregrine Fund
to support international travel and related expenses in 2002-2003 associated with a training program at Boise State University and at the Raptor Research Center of the United States Geological Survey for a raptor specialist from Mongolia.
to support international travel and related expenses of exchange projects developed as part of QLFs Central European Stewardship Program in Belarus, the Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, and Ukraine in 2002-2004.
Rails to Trails Conservancy
to support international travel and related expenses of Eastern and Central European participants in RTC’s international conference TrailLink 2003: Designing for the Future in Providence, Rhode Island, in summer 2003.
Mahwah, New Jersey
to support the international exchange component in 2002 of a project entitled Empowering Russian and American NGOs to Address Issues of Future Sustainability.
Sacred Earth Network
to support the international exchange component in 2003 of SEN's Russian Environmental Partnership Program focusing on the Altai region of Siberia.
South Lake Tahoe, California
to support international travel and related expenses in 2002 associated with the Russian-American exchange component of the Tahoe-Baikal Institute Summer Program and of the Executive Director Exchange.
University of Montana Flathead Lake Biological Station
to support research in Kamchatka by American salmon specialists and environmentalists in fall 2002 as part of the Kamchatka Wild Salmon Sanctuary Project.
Wild Salmon Center
to enable Russian and American scientists, environmentalists, and policy makers to attend the North Pacific Salmon Protected Areas Workshop in Khabarovsk in spring 2003.
Woods Hole Research Center
Woods Hole, Massachusetts
to enable environmental scientists and specialists from Russia to participate in the Center's Russian Visiting Scholars Program in 2003.