SNAP regularly issues requests-for-proposals for new Working Groups. Project proposals must have the potential to generate clear outcomes for improving human well-being and nature conservation, and should examine a geographic scale that may produce generalizable conclusions and/or replicable solutions. Proposals may require some original modeling, and in rare cases funding may be provided to collect some original data that fill gaps in an otherwise relatively complete picture.
SNAP is a boundary institution — at the boundary between analysis and action. We seek proposals for Working Groups that help answer two overarching questions:
Our 2013 RFP closed on 9 September 2013. We anticipate issuing another call in early 2014.
Our 2013 RFP is now closed. Look for our next RFP in early 2014. If you are interested in applying, feel free to download the 2013 RFP packet for your reference.