The degradation of the world's ecosystem and consequences for human welfare are 21st century challenges that transcend traditional research disciplines and agendas, as well at national borders.
Poor people in low income countries are the most likely to be affected by environmental change. Global action is needed to reduce harmful impacts.
The University of East Anglia's MSc Water Security and International Development provides specialist postgraduate education on water security science and policy in developing country contexts. more
The Humanitarian Innovation Fund calls for large grants proposals are made twice a year and offer grants from £75,000 to £150,000 for the development and implementation of an innovation. more
This is the first conference of CliMathNet, an EPSRC-funded LWEC network that aims to break down barriers between researchers in Mathematics, Statistics and Climate Sciences. more
As part of its mission to share rural development experiences and insights with other practitioners, IIRR offers short-term international and regional “Applied Leaning” courses more