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Environmental Damages Fund Applicant's Guide
What are some examples of projects that can be funded?
Projects that are considered a priority for funding are those that restore the natural environment and conserve wildlife, in the same geographic area where the incident occurred. Other types of projects that may be considered for funding include environmental quality improvement initiatives, research and development on environmental damage assessment and restoration, and education on pollution prevention and the restoration of natural resources.
|Priorities(ranked from highest to lowest)|
Environmental Quality Improvement Projects
Research and Development Projects
Education & Awareness Projects
- What is the Environmental Damages Fund?
- What is the purpose of this Guide?
- Who can apply?
- What projects can be funded?
- What project costs are eligible?
- What projects and activities may not be funded?
- What are some examples of projects that can be funded?
- What funding is available?
- What is the maximum duration of a project?
- When are the application deadlines?
- How do you apply?
- What will happen next?
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