WWF's Conservation Innovation Awards


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Countdown for 2016 Conservation Innovation Awardees

Posted by Louisa McKerrow (Admin) Nov 7, 2016 Posted in Blogs

Many thanks everyone for your support of the Conservation Innovation Hub this year. Did you know we now have 2088 supporter profiles, with nearly 600 new supporters this year!

And it’s been a great year for entries – 41! Our 2016 entries attracted an impressive 742 Likes and 446 comments. Entries came in from across the country including – Rotorua, Martinborough, Upper Hutt, Wellington, Auckland,  Nelson City, Motueka, Golden Bay, Paekakairki, Marlborough Sounds, Te Puke, Katikati, Stewart Island, Christchurch, Thames, and Lake Hawea. Many thanks to everyone who submitted an entry.

There were 20 finalists for the 2016 Conservation Innovation Awards. Well done to:

The winning ideas for WWF’s 2016 Conservation Innovation Awards will be announced tomorrow. The Kiwi innovators behind these winning ideas will each be awarded a $25,000 grant to recognise their contribution to innovation in conservation.

Stay tuned for the results...

You can read about the 2016 Conservation Innovation Awards here:









This post was edited on Nov 7, 2016 by Louisa McKerrow

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