UKRI: Research the Hidden Histories of Environmental Science

Deadline: 5 October 2021

Apply for funding to research how UK environmental science can learn from the past as part of a cross-disciplinary team. Applications must consider colonial history and different cultural perceptions, and include at least one eligible arts and humanities researcher and one eligible environmental science researcher. The project must work with at least one community group or non-academic organisation. 

Further details on what AHRC and NERC funders are looking for and expect of a project can be found on the UKRI's webpage

Funding Available & Project Timeline
The full economic cost of the project can be up to £125,000 (80% funded by the AHRC and NERC). Projects can last for up to 15 months and should have a start date of no later than 4 January 2022 and must be completed by 31 March 2023. 

Unless otherwise stated, the eligibility criteria as published in section 2 of the AHRC Research funding guide will apply.

How to Apply
A full application should be submitted through the Je-S system by 16:00 at the latest on Tuesday 5 October 2021 (UK time) and will need to go through the appropriate host higher education institution or independent research organisation submission process.