ALASKA CONSERVATION FOUNDATION

Anchorage, Alaska

www.alaskaconservation.org

$75,000

Continued support for the actualization of the Bristol Bay Vision Project and for scientific research and analysis on mining in Bristol Bay.

CLARK FORK COALITION

Missoula, Montana

www.clarkfork.org

$50,000

Support for restoration efforts in the Clark Fork Watershed that integrate mine reclamation and community participation.

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

$165,000 over two years

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

NATIVE AMERICAN RIGHTS FUND

Boulder, Colorado

www.narf.org

$100,000

Support for the United Tribes of Bristol Bay to provide Native youth leadership training and educational opportunities for the protection of the Bristol Bay watershed.

NEW VENTURE FUND

Washington, District of Columbia

www.newventurefund.org

$100,000

Support for Bristol Bay United as it consolidates and strengthens a grassroots supporter base, including enhanced communications, to protect Bristol Bay from the proposed Pebble Mine.

THE SIERRA FUND

Nevada City, California

www.sierrafund.org

$35,000

Support of the second year of the project Promoting Green Solutions for Abandoned Mines in California’s Sierra Nevada.

THE UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND IN AMERICA INC

Wilmington, Delaware

www.csrm.uq.edu.au

$250,000 over two years

Support for research on the effectiveness and outcomes of certification schemes in the mining sector.

TROUT UNLIMITED

Arlington, Virginia

www.tu.org

$120,000

Continued support for the Bristol Bay Protection Campaign.

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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY

Washington, District of Columbia

www.nationalgeographic.com

$25,000

Support for representatives from the nonprofit and academic sectors to attend The Economist’s second World Oceans Summit in 2014.

NATURE CONSERVANCY

Arlington, Virginia

www.nature.org

$250,000

Support of the Defending Paradise Matching Grant to support coral and marine conservation throughout the Caribbean.

SAILORS FOR THE SEA INC

Newport, Rhode Island

www.sailorsforthesea.org

$150,000 over two years

Support to establish a clean boating initiative in the Caribbean.

THE CORAL REEF ALLIANCE

San Francisco, California

www.coral.org

$150,000

Continued support for engagement with Hawaii’s luxury hotel sector to advance marine and reef conservation statewide.

WILDLIFE CONSERVATION SOCIETY

Bronx, New York

www.wcs.org

$150,000

Support for coral conservation in the Coral Triangle and long-term research on the impact of climate change on ocean health.

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AGA KHAN FOUNDATION USA

Washington, District of Columbia

www.akdn.org/usa

$250,000

Support of the first phase of the rehabilitation of Nairobi City Park in Kenya.

GOVERNORS ISLAND CORPORATION

New York, New York

www.govisland.com

$250,000

Support of the first phase of construction of The Hills on Governors Island.

INTERNATIONAL WILDERNESS LEADERSHIP FOUNDATION

Boulder, Colorado

www.wild.org

$150,000 over two years

Support to launch WILD Cities, a strategic initiative to protect and augment the role of wilderness in urban environments.

NEW YORK BOTANICAL GARDEN

Bronx, New York

www.nybg.org

$450,000 over three years

Support for The Orchid Show and the Orchid Research Collection in 2014-2016.

WORLD MONUMENTS FUND INC

New York, New York

www.wmf.org

$500,000 over two years

Support for the revitalization of the Moonlight Garden overlooking the Taj Mahal in Agra, India.

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