Call for Proposals: Grants advancing environmental and climate solutions
The Charity “Stephen Tindale Climate Change Answers” was established in memory of Stephen Tindale. 1963-2017. Stephen was an inspirational leader in the environmental and climate community in the United Kingdom and beyond. He dedicated much of his life and career to stimulating pragmatic solutions for a better world.
Cognizant of the severe climate challenges, Stephen nevertheless saw substantial opportunities and he advocated a diverse range of truly clean technologies to better protect the environment and climate while advancing social reform.
The Charity in Stephen’s name furthers his work by providing practical support to people wishing to make their own career in the fields to which Stephen devoted his life.
For more information on the life and work of Stephen Tindale, please visit www.stephentindaleclimateanswers.org
Individuals are invited to apply for grants in any of the following categories;
Environment and climate
1. CLEAN ENERGY
3. CIRCULAR ECONOMY
4. BUILT ENVIRONMENT
Eligible proposals can constitute research, training, policy advancement and/or practical applications. They may involve individual work or a placement in a relevant host organisation.
All proposals are required to be innovative and imaginative, avoiding a replication of existing work.
Candidates are requested to provide:
– Letter presenting her or his motivation and suitability in up to 500 words
– Project proposal of up to 500 words
– Curriculum vitae of maximum two pages including 2 referees
The deadline for applications is 17TH SEPTEMBER 2018.
The selection process, interviews and awards will take place by November 2018
The trustees make selections based on the merit of the candidate and the strength of her/his proposal. Organisations hosting candidates also participate in that selection process. Trustees’ decisions are final.
Grants will be made to successful candidates up to £20,000
All grantees are required to undertake the project to the best of their abilities; to engage closely with their host entity; and to report back to the trustees on a regular basis.
In line with the Charity’s aims, grantees will be required to communicate regularly with the Trustees, complete evaluation records and present ongoing development strategies to ensure effective impact and dissemination of the work.
For application details and expressions of interest please use the following form.