Climat, Environment and Health 2 - Belmont Forum 2023
The Belmont Forum has prioritized the following three themes for this call. Projects must include Theme A, and include Theme B and/or Theme C. Any projects that do not include Theme A, will be ineligible.
Theme A: Decision-science of environmental behavior and implementation
Theme B: Food, Environment, and Biological Security
Theme C: Climate Risks to Ecosystems & Populations
Given the complexity and scope of the challenges, research consortia must be truly transdisciplinary, thus including researchers from: a) social sciences/ humanities/ economics and b) medical sciences/ public health/ natural sciences/ physical sciences/ technology, as well as c) societal partners (i.e. citizens, industry, civil society organizations), using participatory, co-design, co-development and co-implementation approach.
Transdisciplinarity of the research consortia and the active input of involved stakeholders (including but not limited to relevant policymakers, regulators, NGOs, communities, or industry) in the research and innovation contents is a key criterion and should be clearly demonstrated in the application.
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For further information about the abovementioned events, the call themes and general eligibility criteria, applicants are invited to consult the CEH2 dedicated webpage on the Belmont Forum’s website: https://www.belmontforum.org/cras
For further information about the practical modalities for seeking funding from ANR, national eligibility criteria and funding budgets, please consult the "Appendix for French participants" above.
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