Researchers from humanities, natural and social sciences are now welcome to apply for SSEESS new grant “Research Links 2015” latest on 31 January 2015.
This grant of SEK 90 000 (ca €10 000) can be used to cover expenses related to networking activities between scientists from Sweden and developing countries.
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Since January 2015, registration and call for contributions (oral, posters) to the conference ‘Our Common Future Under Climate Change’ are open.
Location: Paris, UNESCO headquarters
Time: 7-10 July 2015
More information on the conference website
The Future Earth Secretariat is seeking a Director for its Global Hub in Stockholm, Sweden.
Deadline for applications is 10 February 2015.
The full job announcement is advertised on the website of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.
The integrated Land Ecosystem – Atmosphere Processes Study (iLEAPS) is a multidisciplinary core project and the land-atmosphere component of IGBP and Future Earth.
In 2015, iLEAPS project office will move from Helsinki to Nanjing in China.
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.