Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research – Annual Call for Proposals 2015
The Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN) is an inter-governmental network to investigate changes in the Earth’s life support systems, and their implications for sustainable development in the Asia-Pacific region. The APN makes grants in two programs: (i) The Climate Adaption Framework (CAF) supports research on physical, biological, and human dimensions of change in the Earth's systems. (ii) The CAPaBLE program focuses on training, awareness raising, and partnerships in these themes. Proposals are invited from members of non-profit institutions based in APN member and/or approved countries. The deadline for summary proposals is 09 August 2015.
Area of Expertise:
Adaptation, Agriculture, Behavioural economics, Biodiversity, Biodiversity, Biomass, Cities, Earth observation, Ecosystem services, Energy Efficiency, Fish, Food & food products, Forests, Fossil Fuels, Freshwater, Impact Assessment, Innovations and markets, Institutions, Land use, Land use/ Land use change, Marine environment, Mitigation, Modelling, Moetal Ores, New business models, Non-metallic minerals, other, other, other, Policy Analysis, Recycling technologies, Renewable energies, Smart grids, Soil, Soil, Waste management, Waste prevention, Water
Funding Agency: Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research