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Below is a list of the currently available business opportunities with Conservation International.​​ Interested offerors are encouraged to browse the details of each opportunity and download Requests for Proposals directly from this page.

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Posting Date: May 20, 2019
Due Date: June 10, 2019
Description: Conservation International Foundation (Guyana) Inc., is issuing a Request for Application for a Mangrove Cover Analysis Consultant: Setting the foundations for zero net loss of the mangroves that underpin human wellbeing in the North Brazil Shelf LME (NBS-LME). The consultant will produce an updated national mangrove cover map, showing extent and driver of loss from a suitable baseline to 2018 along the coastline of Guyana.

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Edit Title:To build a toolkit comprised of different conservation restoration models
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Posting Date: April 1, 2019
Due Date: April 19, 2019
Description: With the UN’s announcement of the upcoming Decade of Ecological Restoration, there is an urgent need to translate the restoration commitments of countries and organizations into action. Restoration is often discussed as a conceptual tool that can be used to achieve a variety of outcomes, including carbon sequestration, biodiversity increases, and business developments. However, there is a substantial lack of aggregated, easy to access knowledge of how much different restoration pathways cost and what can be reasonably expected in terms of the benefits each can deliver. Additionally, there is no aggregation of restoration actors at a national level that can be used to identify key partners – an essential step in reducing the cost of restoration and ensuring a coordinated, landscape-level approach. The goal of the following study is to (1) identify all major organizations engaged in restoration work across the target country(s), including their thematic and geographic foci of work, (2) identify a subset of these who have demonstrated successful restoration outcomes across 5 different restoration pathways (natural regeneration, seed dispersal, agroforestry, planted forests, silvopasture), (3) interview these target organizations to understand and quantify the costs and benefits of their restoration work, and (4) map out any specific institutional structures that have impacted the successes and failures of these restoration initiatives.

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Edit Title:Value chain, standards and branding assessment to inform the establishment of local and international markets for mercury-free gold in Guyana
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Posting Date: April 5, 2019
Due Date: April 29, 2019
Description: A GEF GOLD/Supply Chain Approach to Eliminating Mercury in Guyana’s Artisanal, Small- and Mediumscale Gold Mining (ASGM) Sector: El Dorado Gold Jewelry – Made in Guyana is a 4-year project that seeks to assist Guyana with converting to mercury-free mining by 2025. The project will accomplish this goal by directly involving business enterprises with a profit motive in leading the shift in the development of a mercury-free ASGM supply chain and downstream “El Dorado Gold” brand jewelry.

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Edit Title:Strengthening national capacity in Uganda to meet the transparency requirements of the Paris agreement and supporting the coordination of National, Regional and Global transparency-related activities in Uganda.
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Posting Date: April 8, 2019
Due Date: April 30, 2019
Description: On 22ndMay 2018, the Global Environment Facility (GEF) Secretariat approved a mid-sized project “Strengthening the Capacity of Institutions in Uganda to Comply with the Transparency Requirements of the Paris Agreement”, See more about the project at CBIT Uganda. The project is funded through The Capacity Building Initiative for Transparency (CBIT), established at COP 21 to support developing countries to enhance transparency requirements as defined in Article 13 of the Paris agreement in a timely manner. The project is executed by the Ministry of Water and Environment Climate Change Department (CCD MWE) and the Africa Innovations Institute (AFRII).

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