This page includes current funding opportunities, as well as opportunities where no date was specified. (These could include rolling applications, or the data feed may just not have included the date. Please check the Website in each funding opportunity.) The list is sorted in descending order by final deadline date.
To search all funding opportunities in the IEE Database, visit the passed deadlines and opportunities database, which are older than one year.
The Penn State Strategic Interdisciplinary Research Office also lists seed grant funding opportunities.
The Environmental Investment Program (EIP) is a financial assistance program to help businesses capture the economic benefits associated with pollution prevention, waste reduction, re-use and recycling.
The Early Career Hydrologic Science Award is given annually to one honoree in recognition of outstanding contribution to the science of hydrology
an early career scientist (no more than six years post-degree by 1 January of the year of the award presentation) in recognition of outstanding contributions to the hydrological sciences.
The Interdisciplinary Training in Genes and the Environment at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health will address the critical need for well-trained scientists who have an understanding of, and commitment to, cutting-edge research at the intersection of molecular and environmental exposure biology, and statistical and computational methods.
The Water Research Foundation
The Water Research Foundation (WRF) is a centralized, nonprofit research organization for the water community whose mission is to advance the science of water to improve the quality of life. This is achieved through the timely identification and funding of needed research, followed by the communication of the research findings which ultimately allows ...
The Marine Geology and Geophysics Core Program supports research on all aspects of the geology and geophysics of the present ocean basins and margins, as well as those of the Great Lakes.
Applying for a New Energy Foundation Research Grant
The Environmental Research and Education Foundation is accepting pre-proposals for its Research in Sustainable Solid Waste Management grants program.
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The International SeaKeepers Society is currently accepting research proposals for DISCOVERY Yacht expeditions.
In 2050, approximately half of the U.S. building stock will consist of buildings that exist today. Considering that buildings contribute to nearly 40% of our country's carbon emissions, which runs up costs and compounds environmental problems, we know that improving the efficiency of the existing building stock is critical.
The purpose of the Research Collaboration Fellowship is to initiate and foster research collaborations between Penn State faculty at the University Park (UP) or the College of Medicine (CoM) and at campuses across the Commonwealth. Through this program faculty members with mutual research interests will be encouraged to form research partnerships and to jointly conduct research projects.
The National Institute on Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) is extending the deadline for submissions for the Climate Change and Environmental Exposures Challenge (#climatechallengeNIEHS).
Programmatic Funding requests will be considered up to $40,000.
The Energy Foundation works to build markets for energy efficiency and renewable power sources, to increase our energy independence, create new jobs at home, and reduce the carbon pollution that comes from conventional coal-fired power plants. We coordinate powerful networks of diverse allies who work across the country to advance clean, affordable energy.
Shell GameChanger is soliciting early-stage innovative technology solutions and proposals in the following categories for potential funding and partnership opportunities.
The National Fish Habitat Action Plan is a national investment strategy to leverage federal and privately raised funds to protect, restore, and enhance the nation's fish and aquatic habitats through partnerships that foster fish habitat conservation. Funds appropriated to the U.S.
Each year, five individuals or, occasionally, teams are selected by a prominent international panel of experts to receive the prestigious Pew Fellowship in Marine Conservation. Each Pew Fellow is awarded a $150,000 grant, allocated over three years, to complete an original, research-based marine conservation project. Fellowships applications are by nomination only.