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Addressing Climate Change Challenges Collaboratively
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Addressing Climate Change Challenges Collaboratively

A seminar hosted by CAAST-Net Plus partner UNEP-DTU Partnership, attracted close to 40 representatives from commerce and policy to unpack the crucial role of Africa-Europe collaboration in climate change challenges. [Image credit: UNEP-DTU Partnership]

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Panel Discussion on the Next Steps for Africa-EU STI Cooperation
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Panel Discussion on the Next Steps for Africa-EU STI Cooperation

CAAST-Net Plus partner UNEP DTU Partnership is organising an event that aims to discuss the current affairs of the Europe-Africa cooperation in science, technology and innovation (STI) cooperation, especially in the fields of climate change, health, and food and nutrition security. [Image credit: Flickr, EC DG ECHO]

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Climate Change Research Capacity Building Workshop
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Climate Change Research Capacity Building Workshop

The Uganda National Council for Science and Technology (UNCST) hosted the third and final workshop piloted under the “CAAST-Net Plus Climate Change Research Capacity Platform”, in Kampala, Uganda, from 22-24 March 2017. [Image credit: CAAST-Net Plus]

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Workshop on Climate Change Research Capacity in Uganda
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Workshop on Climate Change Research Capacity in Uganda

Early career researchers in East Africa are invited to participate in a workshop on Africa-EU climate change research and human health in Kampala, Uganda, from 22-24 March 2017. [Image credit: Flickr, CIAT]

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Travel Grants for Early-career African Climate Academics
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Travel Grants for Early-career African Climate Academics

CAAST-Net Plus is offering 20 travel grants for early-career African academics to attend a workshop on developing research proposals on the topic of sustainable agriculture intensification. [Image credit: CAAST-Net Plus]

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Climate Resilience in Green Energy Systems
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Climate Resilience in Green Energy Systems

Presentation by Cecilie Larsen of the UNEP-DTU Partnership at the CAAST-Net Plus Workshop for Early-career Energy and Technology Policy Researchers (Kigali, Rwanda: 21-22 July 2016). [Image credit: UNEP-DTU Partnership]

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The Transition to Low-carbon Energy Technologies in Africa
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The Transition to Low-carbon Energy Technologies in Africa

Presentation by James Haselip of the UNEP-DTU Partnership at the CAAST-Net Plus Workshop for Early-career Energy and Technology Policy Researchers (Kigali, Rwanda: 21-22 July 2016). [Image credit: UNEP-DTU Partnership]

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CAAST-Net Plus Workshop Targets Early-career Energy Tech and Policy Researchers
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CAAST-Net Plus Workshop Targets Early-career Energy Tech and Policy Researchers

Rwanda's Ministry of Education and the UNEP-DTU Partnership are to jointly host a CAAST-Net Plus training workshop for early-career researchers working on low-carbon and renewable energy technologies and policy. The workshop will focus on identifying research gaps, finding funding opportunities and developing research ideas and proposals. The initiative forms part of the Africa-EU Research and Innovation Collaboration Platform on Climate Change that is being developed by CAAST-Net Plus (see report attached in right panel). Contact Cecilie Larsen (cecila@dtu.dk) before 6 June 2016 if you are interested in attending. Support for up to 12 African early-career researchers to attend this workshop is available. [Image credit: CAAST-Net Plus]

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CAAST-Net Plus is funded by the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme under grant agreement 311806
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