02.09.2013 - 29.11.2013

Open Call in JPI Climate - Deadline 29 November 2013 (for pre-proposals)

The Joint Programming Initiative "JPI Climate" will publish its first call for proposals on 2nd September 2013.

Deadline: Pre-proposal deadline  29th November, 2013, noon CET (Full proposal deadline:  28th March, 2014, noon CET)

Publication Date: Pre-Announcement  15th July, 2013, Official Announcement  2nd September, 2013, Pre-proposal call opening  30th September, 2013 

Weblink: http://www.jpi-climate.eu/joint-actions/calltransnationalcollaborativeresearchprojects

Short Call Abstract: 
Within each selected consortium, funding of the participating researchers will be provided by their respective national funding organisation according to their normal terms and conditions for project funding. Funding decisions will be made in summer 2014. The amount of public funding available for transnational collaborative research projects through this call is estimated up to 12 million Euros*). Two broad topics have been selected for this first call of JPI Climate.

Topic 1: Societal Transformation in the face of Climate Change
The Call aims to facilitate research activities in the European Research Area that inform and support societal transformations in the face of climate change and in line with sustainable development in Europe and globally. The Humanities and Social Sciences are expected to hold crucial contributions to the understanding of these processes of change. The proposals are particular invited on the topics:
1. The normative and social justice dimensions of climate change
2. The role of knowledge and risk perception in climate related policies
3. The societal capacity and governance to respond to climate change
4. The role of economy and finance in societal transformation
5. Integrative studies on societal transformation, visions and pathways under climate change
Consortia must include partners from at least three of the European countries*) participating in the call. Involvement of partners from civil society, politics, administration or industry for co-designing research questions and co-production of knowledge is explicitly invited.
*)More information on eligible countries, funding organizations, budget and contact points will be published by 2nd September, 2013

Topic 2: Russian Arctic & Boreal Systems


SSH aspects: 
Ecology, assessment of policies, governance issues; social / political / economical aspects; resilience; regulatory & legal aspects / frameworks; lifestyles; role of actors; inclusion; inequality; consumption patterns, technology assessment, behavioural aspects

Specific participation requirements:

PLEASE ALWAYS REFER TO THE ORIGINAL CALL DOCUMENTS FOR PARTICIPATION REQUIREMENTS

Consortia must include partners from at least three of the European countries*) participating in the call. Involvement of partners from civil society, politics, administration or industry for co-designing research questions and co-production of knowledge is explicitly invited.

*) More information on eligible countries, funding organizations, budget and contact points will be published by 2nd September, 2013

 

 

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