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Date: 2015-01-23
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Category: Call for Papers
Subject: Sustainable Prosperity Research Network 2015-2016 Requests for Proposals



Sustainable Prosperity Research Network

 

2015-2016

Requests for Proposals

 

Research with Impact
Sustainable Prosperity is inviting a wide variety of research proposals related to Canada’s transition to a green economy, particularly the use of market-based instruments for improved economic and environmental performance in Canada. We are looking for research projects in the following areas:

 

Get inspired. Check out the links above for more detailed information about our focus areas.
 
 
More than just funding
Our research network offers researchers the ability to connect with a dynamic community of Canadian academics and experts, including faculty, graduate students, and other researchers. The SP Research Network gives researchers the opportunity to:
  • Work with our staff and research co-chairs to create policy-relevant research
  • Present your research to policy and academic audiences
  • Contribute critical evidence for market-based solutions to environmental challenge
 

 

Additional Opportunity
Economics and Environmental Policy Research Network
Got a proposal related to conservation, innovation & competitiveness or data set development? Check out the EEPRN call for proposals
 
 
Deadline: Monday February 23, 2015, 11:59PM EST.
 
Application details
Funding for research is open to faculty and graduate students across Canadian universities. Funding for each research project should not exceed $20,000 and projects must be delivered by March 31, 2016. Research Time Stipend (course buy-out) is available to faculty in addition to the research funding.

For more information on how to apply, check out our full RFP
 
 
About Us
Based at the University of Ottawa, the SP Network is a multidisciplinary initiative focused on green-economy transitions and market-based approaches to building a prosperous and environmentally sustainable Canadian economy. Formed in 2007, it includes scholars from across the country (as well as internationally), as well as partners from business, think tanks, civil society and all levels of government. The Network focuses on cultivating policy relevant research and disseminating important ideas and evidence to key audiences. Its goal is to translate knowledge into policy innovation, to build the knowledge foundation and to support the transition to a green economy.
 
 
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