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Advancing climate mitigation policy solutions with health co-benefits in G7 countries

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The Advancing climate mitigation policy solutions with health co-benefits in G7 countries grant from the Wellcome Trust supports research teams in G7 countries (Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, UK, USA) who have clear opportunities to influence climate mitigation policies with substantial health effects. Successful applicants will generate evidence that will support policymakers in G7 countries to advance transformative health-centred changes in the food systems, transport, energy or housing sectors. Applicants should be from climate, health and relevant disciplines (e.g.: social sciences, economics, food, transport, energy or housing sectors) and have the necessary skills to evaluate the effects that mitigation policy interventions to reduce emissions have on health and associated wider socioeconomic outcomes. The grant provides up to 2 million GBP over 3 years. Applications close on October 31, 2022.

Full application due:
October 31, 2022

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