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26 November 2015

The role of the business sector in climate negotiations

Nils Moussu is from the Institute of Political, Historical and International Studies (IEPHI) of the University of Lausanne and member of the Climacop project. His main research interests include climate and carbon market governance, transnational coalitions of firms and business discourses on the environment. This interview focuses on climate change leading up to COP21 in Paris on 30th of November, 2015.

25 November 2015

Funding opportunities for Social Sciences and Humanities

The EU-funded project Net4Society, the international network of National Contact Points for Societal Challenge 6 "Europe in a changing world: inclusive, innovative and reflective societies" in Horizon 2020, has published a document outlining all current funding opportunities with relevance to social sciences and humanities in various research areas. The document demonstrates the wealth of possibilities for SSH scientists within Horizon 2020.

18 November 2015

Research contribution to the review of the European Neighbourhood Policy

In light of the Commission adoption of the review of the European Neighbourhood Policy, a publication has been put together presenting EU funded social science and humanities research projects, some of which directly contributed to the review of the ENP, and all of which from various perspectives deal with the European Neighbourhood Policy or with issues in the EU's neighbourhood countries of great relevance for the future implementation of the ENP.

6 November 2015

Climate change adaptation: what is at stake in COP21 and beyond, interview with Christophe Buffet

Christophe Buffet is a researcher and consultant in climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction. He studies adaptation and official development assistance, the interface between climate sciences and policies, and community-based adaptation. This interview focuses on climate change leading up to COP21 in Paris on 30th of November, 2015

5 November 2015

ANTICORRP Policy Report: Government Favouritism in Europe.

The 3rd volume of the policy series “The Anticorruption Report” produced in the framework of the EU FP7 ANTICORRP Project. It is entirely based on objective indicators and offers both quantitative and qualitative assessments of the linkage between political corruption and organised crime using statistics on spending, procurement contract data and judicial data.

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