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Travel Grants for Young People to Research Green Infrastructure (Scotland)

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To raise awareness and support delivery of green infrastructure in central Scotland, the Central Scotland Green Network (CSGN) is offering young people aged 18 to 25 the opportunity to apply for a grant towards travel anywhere in the world to develop their knowledge on a specific topic related to the study of green infrastructure. Up to three successful applicants will each be awarded up to £1000 (£500 if only visiting the UK) for a single trip to take place by the end of 2018. Award winners will be required to produce a record of their visit in the form of a written report and a comprehensive photographic and/or video record. Applicants are asked to submit an original, well researched, achievable proposal for a trip anywhere in the world that will allow them to learn more about one of three topics: Young people's influence on environmental or climate chance challenges; exploring ways of raising awareness amongst young people or identifying and recording the direct engagement of young people. Applicants must be currently eligible to live or work in the UK and resident in the CSGN area. Applications must be submitted by midnight on 1 April 2018.

Please visit the CSGN website for further information.

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