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The Human Journey

The Human Journey focuses on learning more about who we are and what our future is on this planet. It supports proje
evolution of cultures and societies; and the current status of and trends in our cultural, linguistic, and genetic diversity.
Human Journey supports innovative leaders in research, conservation, technology, education, and communication who w

Wildlife & Wild Places

Wildlife & Wild Places includes projects on all living organisms, where they live, and the local evolutionary and ecologica
support biological diversity and abundance. This area of focus supports projects that seek to discover and identify specie
and habitat requirements. Wildlife & Wild Places supports innovative leaders in research, conservation, technology, educ

Our Changing Planet

Our Changing Planet comprises projects looking at a spectacular variety of ever-changing ecosystems on land and in the
exploitation and mismanagement. Because our remarkable species can also provide solutions to environmental problem
societies by increasing knowledge and inspiring action to develop effective solutions. Our Changing Planet supports inno
practical solutions for conserving large natural spaces on land and in the sea to promote long-term sustainability.

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The Human Journey (projects that explore and document the human experience through time in order to preserve and celebrate our s

Wildlife & Wild Places (projects that explore and document the Earth’s biodiversity in order to better understand and conserve species,

Our Changing Planet (projects that explore and document earth and ocean systems in the present, past, and future in order to better

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Lens Question
Our Changing Planet: How will your project use innovations in technology, storytelling, and education that will inspire people to better understand and protect

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Early Career Grant: An opportunity for less experienced applicants to lead a project. Applications should be submitted at least four m

Standard Grant: Applicant and team have proven records of success on this project or similar projects. Applications should be submit

Early Career Grant

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The primary focus of your project is:

Research: Answering important scientific questions with measurable outcomes to advance a particular field of knowledge

Conservation: Achieving quantifiable conservation outcomes as a result of scientifically informed actions

Storytelling: Revealing the diversity and complexity of our world through visual, written, and/or audio media

Education: Breaking new ground for teaching within the lens disciplines or assessing what works in the education landscape

Technology: Developing new technologies or innovative uses of existing technologies for science, conservation, education, mapping, or

Storytelling

The secondary focus of your project is:

Research: Answering important scientific questions with measurable outcomes to advance a particular field of knowledge

Conservation: Achieving quantifiable conservation outcomes as a result of scientifically informed actions

Storytelling: Revealing the diversity and complexity of our world through visual, written, and/or audio media

Education: Breaking new ground for teaching within the lens disciplines or assessing what works in the education landscape

Technology: Developing new technologies or innovative uses of existing technologies for science, conservation, education, mapping, or

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Anthropology-Ethnography

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Amount Requested from the Society - US$


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Project Description: Please describe clearly, and with minimal specialized terminology, your proposed project in suitable

1. Background and Relevance: Introduce your project , including the issue or topic that you want to address (e.g., research question,
the Bibliography/Works Cited section below).
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2. Please explain why National Geographic is uniquely positioned to facilitate this work.

3. Goals and Objectives: What do you plan to accomplish with this project?

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4. Methodology: Detail the methods you will use to complete your project, noting any special or unusual tools or techniques you plan t
the anticipated number of participants/subjects.
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5. Results: What are the expected results of your project? If applicable, how do you plan to measure them? How do you plan to dissem
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6. Capacity Building: If applicable, please describe how your project contributes to the social or professional development of institution
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7. Future Plans: If your project is a multi-year effort, please describe how this proposal fits within it.

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