We are pleased to invite project submissions that fulfil policy and/or delivery priorities, particularly those that meet the objectives of the Nature Recovery Action Plan or a State of Natural Resources Report (SoNaRR) gap.

While formulating a project, please follow the project submission flowchart and project submission guidance. Projects can be of any form or scale, and might include field or desk research, surveys, literature reviews, citizen science activities, contracted work or in-house work by an environmental or other organisation. Projects may be undertaken by the submitter or be available to be undertaken by others.

  1. Project submission flowchart
  2. Project submission guidance

To submit a project, please complete the project submission template and email us. If you have any questions or would like to discuss the project with an academic before submitting, please get in touch.

  1. Project submission template

WBP will confirm receipt of the project submission and keep you informed of progress. All submitted projects will be prioritised and funding (subject to available funds) will be awarded competitively to the highest priority projects first and where a deliverer has been assigned (either prior to or following project submission).

  • Prioritisation information note (coming soon)

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