CONSERVATION LANDS FOUNDATION

Durango, Colorado

www.conservationlands.org

$500,000 over two years

Continued support for efforts to expand and raise the profile of the National Conservation Lands.

DIAMOND DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE INTERNATIONAL

Falls Church, Virginia

www.ddiglobal.org

$255,000 over three years

Continued support for scaling up and expanding the Development Diamond Standards system and promoting development solutions within the Kimberley Process.

DIAMOND DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE INTERNATIONAL

Falls Church, Virginia

www.ddiglobal.org

$150,000

Continued support for formalization and capacity building with artisanal miners in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, with a particular focus on gold.

EARTHWORKS

Washington, District of Columbia

www.earthworksaction.org

$200,000 over three years

Support for research and coalition building to address marine tailings disposal in the mining sector.

INTERNATIONAL UNION FOR THE CONSERVATION OF NATURE & NATURAL RESOURCES-UNITED STATES

Washington, District of Columbia

www.iucnus.org

$320,000 over two years

Support for the development of standards for mining in Key Biodiversity Areas.

TROUT UNLIMITED

Arlington, Virginia

www.tu.org

$725,000 over three years

Continued support for the Abandoned Hard Rock Mine Restoration Program in the American West.

TRUSTEES OF COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK

New York, New York

www.ccsi.columbia.edu

$65,000

Support for the creation of a model for multi-stakeholder human rights impact assessments and the empowerment of local communities in mining-affected regions.

THE CORAL REEF ALLIANCE

Oakland, California

www.coralreefalliance.org

$150,000 over two years

Continued support for engagement with Hawai'i's luxury hotel sector to advance marine and reef conservation statewide.

THE SAPLING FOUNDATION

New York, New York

www.ted.com

$200,000

Support for the production and dissemination of TED Talks on the themes of ocean and coral conservation.

UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE USA FOUNDATION

Washington, District of Columbia

www.northamerica.unimelb.org

$100,000

Recommended support for the second phase of research on biopolymers as a mitigation strategy to address the harmful effects of ocean warming on coral in the Great Barrier Reef.

WILDLIFE CONSERVATION SOCIETY

Bronx, New York

www.wcs.org

$150,000

Continued support for coral conservation in the Coral Triangle and long-term research on the impacts of climate change on ocean health.

WOODS HOLE OCEANOGRAPHIC INSTITUTION

Woods Hole, Massachusetts

www.whoi.edu

$500,000

Support for an endowed scholarship for the MIT/WHOI Joint Program in Oceanography and Applied Ocean Science and Engineering named in honor of Michael J. Kowalski.

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