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NRCan Climate-Resilient Coastal Communities Program International ✓ Verified Date 80 80 days until deadline
The Climate-Resilient Coastal Communities (CRCC) Program will provide funding to enable communities and sectors to work together at a regional scale to co-develop coordinated actions that increase climate resilience in coastal regions. Natural Resources Canada’s Climate-Resilient Coastal Communities Program (2023 to 2028) will fund up to 25 pilot projects that accelerate adaptation at a regional scale through integrated, inclusive, and innovative actions. The projects will advance systems-based approaches and will involve governments, Indigenous rights–holders, communities and organizations, businesses, academia, and other stakeholders to address key climate change risks. Applications are due December 13, 2023 at midnight EST. Please click on the link for further information.
Killam Prizes Canadian
Awarded to active (not retired) Canadian scholars who have made a substantial and significant contribution over a significant period to scholarly research.
Dorothy Killam Research Fellowships Canadian
Release time awards for active Canadian scholars who have made a significant and remarkable contribution to their respective fields in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, health sciences or engineering.
This program will build teams to address challenges requiring further research and development for solutions to meet COVID-19 related needs. The NRC will build these teams drawing on internal-to-government capacity and academic researchers who register to indicate their interest, and related areas of expertise and capabilities.