The “Planning Grant for Sustainable Solutions” grant
We are pleased to announce the accepted proposals.
The “Planning Grant for Sustainable Solutions” grant aimed to enable scientists to produce project proposals targeting one or several of the five SDSN sustainable development challenges that have high relevance to Global Environmental Change (GEC).
Grantees and their proposals
Henrikke Baumann, Chalmers University of Technology (Dept. Energy and Environment) – Sustainable urban transportation system in Kisumu, Kenya as a step towards resilient city
Jonas Ardö, Lund University (Dept. Physical Geography and Ecosystem Science) – Less for more or more for less? Adaptation to decreasing resource availability in the Sahel through family planning and changing agricultural systems
Julie Wilk, Linköping University (Tema Institute) – Tailor-made transformative tools for adaptation of direct and indirect impacts of climate change in medium-sized cities in East Africa
Luis Mundaca, Lund University (International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics (IIIEE)) – Governance and management of low-carbon economies to promote sustainable economic welfare in megacities? Mumbai as case study
Zahra Kalantari, Stockholm University (Dept. of Physical Geography and Quaternary) – Ecosystem services supply and beneficiaries in the landscape: mapping for decision making and policy support