Projects can range from clean growth, green finance and nature-based solutions to adaptation and resilience and supporting efforts to raise public awareness about climate change and its socio-economic impact.
That can include a focus on renewable energy, restoration of natural habitats and ecosystems and helping communities to prepare for natural disasters.
Proposals and their budgets should be in RON, with a maximum budget limit of RON48,571 (£8,951) and activities completed by 15th March 2021.
Project proposals must have a clear purpose supported by achievable and measurable outputs – for example, events and reports – as well as outcomes, i.e. what the protect aims to help address through its activity.
The deadline for applications is 26th November 2020.