The NSW Environmental Trust is inviting expressions of interest to its 2022–23 Environmental Research grants program.
The Environmental Research program provides funding for applied research in priority environmental themes. $1 million in grant funding is now available for projects that support applied research to help address contemporary environmental problems in NSW. Funding of up to $200,000 per project is available.
The objectives of the program are to:
- increase knowledge and advance techniques to solve general environmental problems in New South Wales
- assess and test application of innovative solutions to decrease environmental degradation in New South Wales
- discover new methods of operation for NSW industries that are less harmful to the environment and enhance public good.
Eligible applicants include:
- Government agencies (including councils)
- Community organisations or groups
- Local Aboriginal Land Councils.
Importantly, applicants must demonstrate that they have the capability to undertake the applied research. See the Program Guidelines for an extensive list of eligible applicants.
Applicants must also include relevant collaborators and end-users as project partners for the proposed research. Collaborators are partners who can help deliver the project. End-users are partners who can use the research findings in a meaningful way. See the Program Guidelines for more information on collaborators and end-users.
Applications close 5pm, Monday 6 June 2022.
For complete details see below link:
Environmental Research | NSW Environment and Heritage