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Researcher Links Climate Change Challenge Grants 2020

Researcher Links Climate Change Challenge Grants 2020

Climate Change Challenge Grants are open by the British Council you can apply now

To promote global sustainable development, it is important to fight climate change and its effects. This call is one of the events organized by the British Council in the run-up to COP26 (the 26th Meeting of the United Nations Parties on Climate Change), which will take place in Glasgow in November 2021.

The mission is to mobilize the power of people around the world to interact and cooperate through culture and education to fight climate change, particularly the youth and those most vulnerable to the impact of climate change.

 

The Researcher Ties Climate Challenge (RLCC) grants were intended to provide financial resources to organize interactive science workshops for researchers from the UK and partner countries to collaborate on innovative responses to the development challenges of climate change. From a single discipline point of view, complex problems such as climate change will not be solved.

Here are more details  Climate Change Challenge Grants

  • Country: Scotland
  • Financial coverage: Fully Funded
  • Eligible Regions: Egypt, Brazil,UK, Vietnam, Indonesia, Pakistan, South Africa
  • Deadline: November 27, 2020
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    Eligibility Criteria :

    Proposals must meet the following criteria to be eligible to receive funding under this Program:

    • Each proposal must have a lead applicant from the UK and a lead applicant from the partner country
    • Both lead applicants must be lead researchers or established researchers
    • Lead applicants cannot assume the role of workshop mentor
    • Lead applicants must be permanent employees or have a fixed-term contract from one of the following (this means emeritus and honorary professors cannot run as leaders):
    • A non-profit institution of higher education unless otherwise specified
    • A UK Higher Education Institution (all UK Higher Education Institutions are eligible)
    • A non-profit research organization. A catapult center (in the case of the lead UK applicant).
    • Lead applicants with fixed-term contracts must be able to deliver the grant and activities within the specified duration.
    • Both Lead Applicant institutions (the “Lead Institutions”) must have the capacity to administer the grant when required by the procurement.
    • Individual departments within a single institution can make multiple requests per call as long as the proposed activities are clearly different
    • Lead applicants can only submit one Investigator Links request per Investigator Links call.
    • Lead applicants who have received Researcher Links grants in previous years may submit additional Researcher Links applications as long as the proposed activities are clearly different from those already funded through Researcher Links (for example, under the Newton Fund) or build on them. In all cases, additionality must be clearly articulated in the application.
    • Researchers based on a foreign campus in the partner country must apply as Principal Applicant from the partner country. They must also recruit mentors and participants from the partner country. Locally appointed researchers on a foreign campus are also encouraged to apply as Lead Applicant from the partner country. However, in this case, the lead UK applicant must not be affiliated with the UK higher education institution that owns the overseas campus.
    • Non-profit institutions of higher education or publicly funded research organizations are eligible to apply as lead institutions.
    • For-profit organizations and non-profit organizations can participate but are generally not eligible to apply for Research Links grants. Additionally, for-profit organizations are not eligible for grant funds.

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    Benefits :

    Virtual Workshop Costs: Applicants can claim a maximum of £ 14,700 to cover the costs of the facilitators and technicians who are hired to manage the virtual platform for smooth workshop delivery. Facilitators and technicians from the lead applicant’s institutions are not covered.
    Challenge Prizes: For each workshop, prizes will be available for joint submissions from participants from the UK and partner countries and will be in the range of £ 5,000 to £ 35,000.
    Contribution to additional workshop costs: Lead applicants can apply for a maximum of £ 5,000 to cover administrative costs such as interpretation costs, travel costs for visits and post-workshop activities, communication costs including promotion and advertising, printing and stationery costs.

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