Queensland Threatened Species Recovery Grants
Applications are now open for Round 7: Queensland Threatened Species Recovery of the Queensland Government’s Community Sustainability Action grants program.
Funding will be provided to eligible recipients for on-ground projects that protect and benefit Queensland’s threatened flora and fauna species in the wild. Grants of up to $25,000 (excluding GST) are available, applications close at 4pm on Thursday 6 October 2022.
PhD Opportunity: Defence Research Project
The University of the Sunshine Coast, in partnership with the Australian Government and the Northern Territory Government Fisheries Division, is recruiting a PhD candidate to conduct research on larval biology and the effect of biocides on the biofouling oyster Planostrea pestigris.
Senior Scientist (Aquatic Ecologist) Position Available
This role will lead the Water Science, Aquatic Ecology Mackay team in the Northern Region, and provide professional leadership, management, and direction for the activities associated with the delivery of high quality technical and scientific advice. These activities will ultimately inform regional, departmental and Queensland Government priorities for natural resource management.
MSC Project Manager Opportunity, Western Central Pacific Tuna
The MSC is currently recruiting for someone who can help shape and deliver their WCPO tuna strategy. Working with colleagues from various MSC departments and with key external partners/stakeholders the role will;
- maintain and strengthen the project strategy
- implement project management and planning tools
- develop resource materials in collaboration with MSC colleagues and external partners/consultants including:
- A stakeholder mapping resource tool
- A cost-benefit analysis of MSC certification
- An interactive timeline of the project.
- establish robust reporting and tracking tools.
Environmental Restoration and Rehabilitation Grants
The Environmental Trust's Environmental-restoration-and-rehabilitation grants program is currently open for applications under the 2022–23 round, closing 5 pm Monday 10 October 22. The Environmental Restoration and Rehabilitation program funds projects that contribute to the ongoing sustainable management and stewardship of significant environmental assets and services in New South Wales.
Grants of up to $200,000 are available for projects that achieve long-term outcomes for the NSW environment.
International Seaweed Symposium
Early registration is now open for the international Seaweed Symposium to be held for the first time in Australia. It will take place in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia’s most southern state, from Sunday 19th to Friday 24th February 2023.
The Sunrise Project Small Grants program
An open application process for small grants of up to $5,000 for community groups working to hasten the transition from fossil fuels to clean, renewable energy or to protect Australia’s ecosystems from the negative impacts of the coal and gas industries.
Wettenhall Environment Trust's Small Environmental Grant Scheme
Providing support for people undertaking projects that will make a positive difference to the natural living environment, in land, sea or air, rural or urban. Supports grassroots organisations and individuals, and academics who are working with on-ground community groups. Includes four rounds every year. Grants are usually $10,000 and focus on flora and fauna conservation or threatened mammal conservation.
Marine NRM Coastal Directory
The Marine NRM Coastal Directory is designed to connect people and skill sets reducing silos between disciplines. This free register, publicly available on the OceanWatch website, is an easy way to engage new colleagues and extend your network, helping to fuel the growth of Australia's blue-green innovations. Key information on Researchers, Natural Resource Management Agents, and Suppliers working in the marine environment, are now accessible in one place.
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