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GENEVA, March 15– The Intergovernmental
Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has launched a call for   applications for the sixth round of its
scholarship awards. The call runs from 10 March to 2 April 2023.

Research proposals are encouraged from,
but are not limited to, the following topics: living soils,
biodiversity, regenerative viticulture, agroforestry, water management and
terrestrial carbon cycle.

Each scholarship award is for a maximum
amount of €15,000 per year for up to two years during the period 2023-2025.

Applicants should register via the application portal here: The deadline is 2nd April 2023 at midnight CET.

The IPCC Scholarship Programme was
established with the funds received from the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize award to
the IPCC. The Programme was further made possible through the generous
contribution of its funding partners, including the Prince Albert II of Monaco
and the Cuomo

For more information, please contact:

Mxolisi Shongwe, Programme Officer,
+41(22) 730 8438, [email protected]

or visit the scholarship page here:

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About the IPCC

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is the UN body for assessing
the science related to climate change. It was established by the United Nations
Environment Programme (UNEP) and the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) in
1988 to provide political leaders with periodic scientific assessments
concerning climate change, its implications and risks, as well as to put
forward adaptation and mitigation strategies. In the same year the UN General
Assembly endorsed the action by the WMO and UNEP in jointly establishing the
IPCC. It has 195 member states.

Thousands of people from all over the world contribute
to the work of the IPCC. For the assessment reports, IPCC scientists volunteer
their time to assess the thousands of scientific papers published each year to
provide a comprehensive summary of what is known about the drivers of climate
change, its impacts and future risks, and how adaptation and mitigation can
reduce those risks.

The IPCC has three working
groups: Working Group I, dealing with the physical science basis of climate
change; Working Group II, dealing with impacts, adaptation and vulnerability;
and Working Group III, dealing with the mitigation of climate change. It also
has a Task Force on National Greenhouse Gas Inventories that develops
methodologies for estimating emissions and removals of greenhouse gases.

assessments provide governments, at all levels, with scientific information
that they can use to develop climate policies. IPCC assessments are a key input
into the international negotiations to tackle climate change. IPCC reports are
drafted and reviewed in several stages, thus guaranteeing objectivity and

About the IPCC Scholarship Programme

IPCC Scholarship Programme was established with the funds received from the
2007 Nobel Peace Prize, supplemented by generous contributions from other

The Programme was further made possible
through the generous contribution of its funding partners. The first partner of
the Programme was Gro Harlem Brundtland, former Norwegian Prime Minister and UN
Special Envoy on Climate Change. Other individuals and organizations have
supported the programme over the years, including Aster Finance, Cheng Fa Qing,
Jean-Pascal van Ypersele (Former IPCC Vice-Chair), Hoesung Lee (IPCC Chair, and
former IPCC Vice-Chair), The AXA Research Fund, Dickinson
, The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation and The Cuomo Foundation.

Thirty-three students students from developing countries and countries with economies in transition were awarded IPCC scholarships in the sixth round (2021-2023). Since the first awards in 2011 a total of 88 students have been supported.

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