Heidelberg Institute of Global Health
at the Faculty of Medicine at Heidelberg University
The Heidelberg Institute of Global Health (HIGH) is one of the research institutes at the Faculty of Medicine at Heidelberg University, Germany’s oldest university.
Through its research, the institute aims to contribute to improving the health of some of the sickest and poorest populations worldwide, especially in Africa and Asia.
Heidelberg Institute of Global Health & JPI Climate
HOPE Briefing Sheet 5 – How can policies enable households to contribute to the 1.5°C goal?
HOPE Briefing Sheet 4 – What role do health co-benefits play in households’ decision-making?
HOPE Briefing Sheet 3 – What are the reasons behind households’ preferences for reducing greenhouse gas emissions?
HOPE project website
Joint Call for Transnational Collaborative Research Projects
This JPI Climate Joint Call for Transnational Collaborative Research Projects provided support for top-quality research projects on topics that are of high societal relevance in Europe and globally, recognising that such challenges require joint efforts through multinational approaches. JPI Climate is seeking proposals from consortia consisting of partners from the participating European countries as well as others. Consortia brought together different scientific disciplines to address the issues within the scope of the described call topics. The projects displayed clear links to decision-makers and users of climate knowledge as well as potential change agents in society.
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