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Call for Nominations: INBio Award

March 18, 2005

THE National Institute of Biodiversity(INBio) last month announcedthe third edition of the INBio Awardfor individual merit in biodiversityconservation. The award is open tonational citizens or foreigners withoutstanding profiles in the field of biodiversityconservation in Costa Rica.Nominations may be presented tothe panel of judges by academic, environmental,scientific or conservationistorganizations; self-nominations arealso accepted. Nominations will bereceived until April 15 and mustinclude a formal proposal as well asrelevant information about the candidate.For details, call 507-8113 ore-mail premioinbio@inbio.ac.cr.

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