Future of UK Treescapes – Programme webinar and collaborator finder
Tuesday 20 October, 10:30 – 12:15
UKRI (NERC, ESRC and AHRC), Defra, Scottish Government and Welsh Government invite all potential applicants to the Future of UK Treescapes funding call to a programme webinar to learn more about the background to the programme, stakeholder perspectives, the funding call and to meet the Programme ambassadors.
Researchers and research users from policy, business, NGOs and practitioners and from all relevant disciplines across environmental and social science, economics, arts and humanities are welcome to attend. There is no need to register.
The webinar is being held on Tuesday 20 October, 10:30-12:15.
Additional programme workshops are also being held to explore opportunities for arts, humanities, economics and social science within the programme and how AHRC and ESRC communities can collaborate with environmental scientists to develop interdisciplinary proposals. Workshops are open to all disciplines and backgrounds interested in the programme.
To register please see:
- AHRC workshops on 8 October (13:30-15:30) and 13 October (10:30-12:30)
- ESRC workshop on 20 October (14:00 – 16:00)
In conjunction with the webinar and workshops, the funders are launching a ‘collaborator finder’. This short survey provides a platform to help researchers and stakeholders interested in developing a proposal for submission to the funding call to find and contact potential collaborators and project partners.
Information provided will be shared by e-mail as a password protected pdf with all participants in the survey following the second AHRC workshop and again following the ESRC workshop and programme webinar. Those interested should therefore complete the survey as early as possible and by 14 October. The final date for completing the survey is 23 October.
Potential applicants can also contact the Programme ambassadors to discuss what support they can offer in helping to identify potential collaborators (firstname.lastname@example.org).
All personal data provided via this survey will be processed in accordance with current UK data protection legislation. Details can be found in the guidance notes and on the UK Research and Innovation Privacy Notice.
Please complete the survey here.