• Date Awarded:
    May 2005
     
  • Amount:
    $693,093
     
  • Term:
    36 months
     
  • Grant ID:
    GBMF701
     
  • Funding Area:
    Environmental Conservation
     
 
 

The University of Texas at Austin, along with the Fundacion Ecuatoriana de Estudios Ecológicos and the Center for Environmental Studies of Latin American, is using this grant to integrate conservation with community demands in eastern Ecuador. Management of these indigenous lands will focus on biodiversity protection as well as strengthening community-based governance of natural resources. Outcomes include strengthening capacity of three indigenous communities (Zapara, Shiwiar, and Achuar) for long-term resource management and biodiversity conservation, creation of management plans for 1.5 million hectares of indigenous lands, and development of a unified conservation strategy for the greater Pastaza watershed—some 5 million hectares.

Related Grants

University of Texas at Austin, Center for Environmental Studies in Latin America (5)

date grant program term amount
Oct 2016 Deji Akinwande Moore Inventor Fellow Award Other 36 months $675,000
Jul 2016 The Second Scialog: Molecules Come To Life Science 14 months $56,250
Nov 2014 Kimberley Reynolds Investigator Award Science 60 months $1,500,000
Oct 2014 The origin and evolution of bird vocalization Science 28 months $740,000
May 2005 Center for Environmental Studies of Latin American Environmental Conservation 36 months $693,093

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