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Realising the health co-benefits of the transition to net zero (UK)

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The Realising the health co-benefits of the transition to net zero funding funding program from the UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) supports transdisciplinary research hub towards realising the health co-benefits of the UK transition to net zero. The funding opportunity has four objectives:

  • to evaluate the potential health impacts from existing climate change adaptations and mitigations with a view to improving them and realise any potential benefit to human health including reducing health disparities
  • to develop and evaluate new adaptations and mitigations to support the UK to reach net zero that protect and promote the health of the UK population. Attention will be paid to the distribution of health impacts across different socio-economic groups
  • to develop a standardised way to measure the trade-offs and unintended consequences as part of net zero measures, to optimise interventions and understand the most effective interventions to implement
  • to understand how impacts and interventions might vary in the home, workplace or in a variety of healthcare settings

Applications are open to UK-based research institutions. The maximum award is 6 million GBP over 5 years.

Mandatory expression of interest are due on November 14, 2023 (full application deadline is to be confirmed).

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