Tailored opportunities: call for collaboration in the project “Local Indicators of Climate Change Impacts: The Contribution of Local Knowledge to Climate Change Research

What?

The local Indicators of Climate Change Impacts (LICCI) project is funded through the European Research Council (ERC). The aim of the project is to understand on how climate change affects physical, biological and socioeconomics systems. The project will use mix-method approach to analyze and document the local indicators and perceived impacts of climate change across different climates.

Who?

Applicants could be PhD students (enrolled in anthropology, biology, ecology, sustainable development etc.), early career scholars and practitioners who share similar interest.

How?

Applicants who meet the eligibility requirements may apply for the collaboration through the online application page.

A cover letter, one paragraph description about the proposed field site, curriculum Vitae. A letter of permission/support from the candidate’s supervisor/current employer and contact information of two references. All materials must be received as a single PDF file (Last name_First name_LICCI)

When?

The deadline is March 25, 2019

Benefits?

The project will cover all expenses related to the workshop. Selected candidate will receive a one-time payment of €5,000. He/she will attend a writing workshop and invited to collaborate on publications related to the data collected for LICCI project.

For detail information about the call please visit the link below: https://licci.eu/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/Call-for-Collaborators.pdf

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If you have any technical problem about the application please contact licci.communication@uab.cat

 

 

 

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