Are you aware of a public health intervention project that uses nature-based solutions or a nature restoration project that aims to mitigate disease risk?
BEPREP will award the most innovative, impact-full and noteworthy nature restoration and public health intervention that has an impact on zoonotic and vector-borne diseases. The winning project will have made outstanding contributions to biodiversity, conservation and infectious diseases at the local or global level and have influenced and strengthened various biodiversity-related efforts related to infectious diseases.
The call for nominations of projects throughout the world will open in January 2026, which provides time for project leaders to incorporate disease components in recently started restoration projects.
The BEPREP Award is a unique opportunity to shine a spotlight on the work of nature-based solutions that biodiversity provides to global challenges to pandemic risk mitigation.