ACCESS - Advancing Capacity for Climate  and Environment Social Science
ACCESS - Advancing Capacity for Climate  and Environment Social Science

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Why do we need Environmental Social Sciences? Ready to view ACCESS Webinar


Join Birgitta to find out how the social sciences can help solve todays climate and environmental challenges. Environmental social sciences (ESS) are essential to help address environmental issues, which are ultimately social issues. The problems that we face, discuss, worry about, and try to tackle are caused, defined, conceptualised and challenged by people as individuals, groups, […]


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ACCESS Flex Fund Round 2 now open


We are looking to fund about three projects between £200-240K each. If you are interested in applying please visit How to apply to the Flex Fund. You might also want to view our Flex Fund FAQs and sign up for our Flex Fund webinar on Monday 19 February 2pm GMT These projects will contribute to the ACCESS project’s main goal to enhance the visibility, […]


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