Call for trans- and interdisciplinary research and capacity development proposals focusing on the following topics for South Asia, Southeast Asia and Temperate East Asia. Topics: climate change, disaster risk reduction, resilience, energy, ecosystems, carbon society, water, agricultural productivity, nutrient management, technology, sustainable consumption and production.
The National Geographic Society seeks proposals from around the world that aim to test innovative approaches to issues surrounding the production or consumption of energy, food, infrastructure (including transportation or “green space”), and freshwater in and around cities.
The Social Innovation to Tackle Fuel Poverty program aims to identify and engage 15-20 innovative organizations working in the field of fuel poverty and energy sustainability in five European countries: Germany, Greece, Italy, Portugal, and Spain.
The Global Challenges Prize 2017: A New Shape offers US$5 million in awards for the best ideas for a global governance framework that can better manage the threats posed by four interlinked ‘mega-risks’: climate change, environmental damage, conflict and extreme poverty.
Orange Digital Ventures finances entrepreneurs from around the world whose ambition is to imagine, design and develop tomorrow’s services and technologies that are in line with Orange’s fields of expertise, inculding smart home and smart city solutions.
The Volvo Environment Prize is the annual award of the Volvo Environment Prize Foundation, an independent organization of the Volvo Group. The Prize consists of a hand-crafted diploma, a glass sculpture and a cash award for SEK 1.5 million (approximately EUR 165,000 or USD 215,000).