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Launch of international call on Climate, Environment and Health

Belmont Forum has launched a call for transdisciplinary research on the pathways between climate, environment and health. The Research Council of Norway is participating in this call.

The call is a Collaborative Research Action (CRA) that aims to support resilience and readiness of the health sector to respond to climate challenges and improve understanding of the pathways between climate, environment and health.

Three thematic topics have been chosen:

  •      Food systems and nutrition;
  •      Heat and health;
  •      Climate-sensitive infectious diseases

Full call text and all documents can be found on the Belmont Forum website with the title Climate, Environment and Health (CEH) - Improving understanding of Climate, Environment and Health pathways to protect and promote health

The call has a two-stage process:

1. stage: Pre-proposal Expression of Interest with eligibility and partner check                          ( Mandatory Expression of Interest Form Word - 32 KB )
               DEADLINE: May 6th, 16:00 GMT

2. stage: Full proposals
               (call text and requirements)
               DEADLINE: July 23rd, 16:00 GMT

1 500 000 Euro is available for Norwegian applicants participating in international projects in this call as of. The Research Council of Norway will also provide financial support for partners from low- and lower middle income countries.

Approximately 10 million Euro is available for the entire call and projects can have three to four years duration.

The Research Council of Norway will organize a webinar to inform about the call and application process on March 29th from 11:00-12:30.

See the event announcement for details on how to log on to the webinar:

LINK TO WEBINAR

WEBCAST LINK: https://videoportal.rcn.no/#/events/f694c85d-ebf9-4598-b1d9-8890718e1ab5

 

Photo on frontpage by UN Photo/Ilyas Ahmed

Skrevet av:
Zlata Turkanovic Rådgiver 22 03 71 09 zt@forskningsradet.no
Publisert:
11.02.2019
Sist oppdatert:
17.03.2019