The Earthwatch Shulman Awards provide research and training grants for environmental scientists in the early stages of their careers. Thanks to the kind support of explorer Neville Shulman CBE, these grants enable young scientists to achieve career development in their research relating to threatened species and habitats, as well as educating and engaging local communities.
Celebrating the tenth anniversary of the awards in 2018, the awards will continue for another ten years, supporting a continued network of emerging environmental experts. The winners of the 2018 Earthwatch Shulman Awards have gone on to study wildlife in Costa Rica, Ghana, India, and corals in countries including the Seychelles and Kenya.
Neville Shulman: “They may differ in their interests, their enthusiasms and their abilities but they will all share in the need to protect and enhance the extraordinary habitats of the world."
Explore the map to see all the early career scientists supported by an Earthwatch Shulman Award.
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