@ All junior and senior researchers affiliated with a Swedish university or research institute:
If you seek travel support to participate in GEC-related international research programmes, then hurry up! The last admission for the forthcoming grants from the Swedish GEC Science Gateway programme is: 31 August 2014
SSEESS is pleased to announce the accepted proposals for funding through SSEESS Research Links 2014. Seven applications were selected and granted 90 000 SEK each to collaborate with regional scientists from the ICSU regional offices. Read more about the call and the accepted projects under Grant Opportunities.
Established in 2009, the Swedish Secretariat for Environmental Earth System Sciences (SSEESS) is an independent non-governmental organisation aiming to increase Sweden’s involvement in international research programmes and panels on Global Environmental Change (GEC) issues.
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.