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EPA P3: People, Prosperity, and the Planet Competition

Got an idea for making society more sustainable? The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is seeking applications from higher education students and faculty proposing to research, develop, and design solutions to real world challenges involving the overall sustainability of human society. Winners of the first phase of the competition will receive a $15,000 grant to develop their idea. Designs will then compete at the National Sustainable Design Expo in April 2013 for the P3 Award and a $75,000 grant for real world application. Applications will be accepted through Dec. 17, 2013. Learn more/apply.

Fellowship, Echoing Green

What’s your problem? Echoing Green’s new Climate Fellowship is specifically targeted for next-generation social entrepreneurs committed to working on innovations in mitigation and adaptation to climate change. Echoing Green Fellowship Programs identify promising social entrepreneurs with bold ideas and provides them with up to $90,000 in seed funding, strategic support, and a powerful network. Be Bold. Think Big. Drive Change.  Learn more about the Echoing Green Climate Fellowship.  Sign up to receive information and application support. Start today! Visit the Echoing Green application guidance webpage to prepare.

Deputy Director of Programs, Global GreenGrants Fund (Boulder, CO)

Global Greengrants Fund is a public foundation that supports grassroots activists and civil society organizations working to address environmental and social justice issues in the global south. The Deputy Director of Programs is responsible for all aspects of grantmaking, including coordinating the work and capacity building of our global network of advisors in making grants, helping to shape grantmaking strategy, evaluating the results of grantmaking and interpreting them to other staff and donors, managing staff and consultants around the world, and planning and budgeting.

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