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Arnhem,NL [Burgers Zoo] Nine talented young conservationists are nominated for the prestigious Future For Nature Award Arnhem, 16 December 2021 – Today the Future For Nature Foundation announces nine nominees selected from a pool of over 250 applicants from more than 100 countries for the Future For Nature Award of 2022. In the past, the internationally renowned nature conservation prize was presented by icons such as Sir David Attenboroug

Nine talented young conservationists are nominated for the prestigious Future For Nature Award Arnhem, 16 December 2021 – Today the Future For Nature Foundation announces nine nominees selected from a pool of over 250 applicants from more than 100 countries for the Future For Nature Award of 2022. In the past, the internationally renowned nature conservation prize was presented by icons such as Sir David Attenborough,

, Dr. Jane Goodall DBE, and welcomed His Royal Highness King Willem-Alexander as Guest of Honour. In May 2022, the Future For Nature Awards will be granted for the fifteenth time to three final winners. Nine young, talented nature conservationists are in the race to become one of the three Future For Nature Award winners of 2022; gaining international recognition and 50.000 euro prize money per person. The nominees work all over the world to protect animal and plant species. • Alona Prylutska (Ukraine) taking the lead to rescue micro bats. Alona started her conservation journey by having rescued bats hibernate in her refrigerator and has now set up the first bat rehabilitation centre in her country. • Camille Coudrat (France)

conserving wildlife in Laos’ Annamite Mountains. Camille moved halfway across the world to protect one of the vulnerable places in the world and works together with local community to make it happen. • Gabriel Fávero Massocato (Brasil) committed to saving the giant armadillo. Gabriel started out as a volunteer but is now the co-founder of an ngo that manages wildfires and trains conservationists to save the giant armadillo from extinction. • José Luis Pérez González (Colombia) working to protect harlequin toads. José rediscovered the starry night harlequin toad and is now figuring out why these, and other harlequin toads thrive in this one place but and are gone everywhere else. • Rebecca Cliffe (UK) caring

for sloths and their habitat in Costa Rica. Rebecca set up an ngo to study and protect the slowest mammal on the planet, which is surprisingly hard to find. • Shanna Challenger (Antigua & Barbuda) safeguarding the Antiguan racer. Shanna has already restored local wildlife on a small Caribbean island and is now dedicated to a harmless snake that almostwent extinct 25 years ago. • Tiasa Adhya (India) creating safe spaces for fishing cats in India. Tiasa set up the longest-running fishing cat project and manages patrolling and monitoring programmes vital for the species survival. • Tomás Rivas Fuenzalida (Chile) protecting South America’s raptors. Tomás found the first nest of the Rufous-tailed hawk in over 60 years and created

an agroecology techniques to reduce human-raptor conflict for this and other raptor species. • Yolarnie Amepou (Papua New Guinea) inspiring locals to save the pig-nosed turtle. Yolarnie is the only Papua New Guinean working on the conservation the pig-nosed turtle and uses it as a flagship-species to get the different tribes in the area involved. Our International Selection Committee of expert nature conservationists now has the difficult task of selecting the three winners, who will each be granted the Future For Nature Award in May 2022” – Rascha Nuijten, Director of the Future For Nature Foundation. National and International Celebrities Support the Work of Future For Nature The Future For Nature Awards will be presented

Our International Selection Committee of expert nature conservationists now has the difficult task of selecting the three winners, who will each be granted the Future For Nature Award in May 2022” – Rascha Nuijten, Director of the Future For Nature Foundation. National and International Celebrities Support the Work of Future For Nature The Future For Nature Awards will be presented for the fifteenth consecutive time in 2022 in Royal Burgers' Zoo in Arnhem, one of the main sponsors since the foundation was founded. In the past, the internationally recognized nature conservation award was presented

Our International Selection Committee of expert nature conservationists now has the difficult task of selecting the three winners, who will each be granted the Future For Nature Award in May 2022” – Rascha Nuijten, Director of the Future For Nature Foundation. National and International Celebrities Support the Work of Future For Nature The Future For Nature Awards will be presented for the fifteenth consecutive time in 2022 in Royal Burgers' Zoo in Arnhem, one of the main sponsors since the foundation was founded. In the past, the internationally recognized nature conservation award was presented

consecutive time in 2022 in Royal Burgers' Zoo in Arnhem, one of the main sponsors since the foundation was founded. In the past, the internationally recognized nature conservation award was presented by icons such as Sir David Attenborough, Dr. Jane Goodall DBE, Dr. Frans de Waal, Frans Lanting and Doutzen Kroes. During the tenth edition, His Royal Highness King Willem-Alexander was the Guest of Honour. More information about the candidates and the work of the foundation can be found on futurefornature.org.

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