The Pew Fellows Program in Marine Conservation strives to promote, protect, and preserve the marine environment. This is accomplished through fellowships to exemplary individuals from around the world to undertake projects that apply and communicate sound science to address critical challenges facing our oceans. The program annually awards ten fellowships of $150,000 each to outstanding ocean champions from across the globe who are selected through a rigorous, competitive selection process. Fellows are supported with project funds, networking opportunities, outreach and publicity, and an annual meeting to foster synergistic collaborative efforts.
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Exemplary individuals from around the world working in fields that support ocean conservation. Areas of disciplinary background have included: ocean sciences, non-profit conservation, economics, law, policy, fisheries, journalism, underwater photography.