Call for proposals – Deadline: February 28, 2018

Iceberg Greenland. Photo: Martin Jakobsson

A workshop was held on February 14, 2018 for the purpose of exploring new pathways for collaboration between members of the Bolin Centre for Climate Research and members of the Human Science Academic Area. At this meeting, 20 researchers gave speed talks and thereafter group discussions were held to identify pathways for collaboration. As an outcome of this workshop the Bolin Centre is now publishing a call for proposals for collaborative projects between its members and members of the Human Science Academic Area. You are invited to submit a proposal (even if you did not attend the workshop). If you do so, there are 2 options:

Option 1:
Submit a 2 page proposal on or before February 28, 2018 which provides the following information:

1) names and affiliations of applicants
2) a brief project description
3) a budget.
You should choose this option if you need a rapid decision, e.g. if you are requesting funds to prepare a grant application with a specific deadline.

Option 2:
Submit an expression of interest on or before February 28, 2018 which provides the following information:

1) names and affiliations of applicants
2) a project title
3) amount of funds required.
You should choose this option if you need more time to formulate your project idea. You will need to submit a full 2-page proposal on or before March 28, 2018.

Application procedure
E-mail your proposal/expressions of interest to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Eligibility
To be eligible for funding your project must include co-applicants from the Bolin Centre for Climate Research and the Human Science Academic Area at Stockholm University.

Funds available
The total amount of funds available is 1 MSEK.

Selection procedure
Proposals will be reviewed by the Leaders of the Bolin Centre and Board of Environmental Research in Human Sciences. Decisions regarding funding will be based on scientific and collaborative potential of the projects.

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