The planning grant for sustainable solutions can be used to cover the cost for traveling, meetings, etc. when at least one natural or social scientist affiliated with a Swedish research institution and one of his/her partners from a developing country/region are working together on a project proposal.
The project proposal is expected to be the result of this grant, targeting one of the five SDSN sustainable development challenges that have high relevance to Global Environmental Change issues.
LAST ADMISSION DATE: 14 November 2014
The International Social Science Council (ISSC) has awarded seed grants to 38 research networks under the ‘Transformations to Sustainability’ Programme, which are announced on ISSC’s website.
On SSEESS website, you will also find more information about the two projects that SSEESS supports within this programme.
IGBP and Future Earth invite calls from institutes until 25 October 2014.
The ideal institute will have an international reputation for cutting-edge sustainability research with a focus on human-environment interactions.
For more information about this call, please visit IGBP’s website.
SSEESS publishes user-friendly fact sheets at least ones a year, which contain information about current research on global environmental change.
As the target audiences are national and local governmental agencies as well as stakeholders from the private sector in Sweden, the information is written only in Swedish.