HIGHER EDUCATION & RESEARCH
PhD Scholarship Program on Climate Change Research
Established in 1988 by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is the leading international body for assessing climate change.
The IPCC was awarded the Nobel peace prize jointly with Al Gore in 2007 and, with the prize money it received, created the IPCC Scholarship programme for doctorial students from developing countries to study the effects of climate change in their own regions.
A committee of scientific experts from the IPCC select young researchers every 2 years to be awarded scholarship funding.
In 2011, the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation formed a partnership with the UNEP and in 2013 the Cuomo Foundation joined the initiative and to date has supported 16 doctoral projects.
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle; today this mantra has become familiar to us all and its instructive actions form part of our day- to-day lives, activities. It is our individual contribution to the now urgent collective global efforts for a greener future.
In the meantime, climate change scientists and researchers continue to investigate, analyse and anticipate in their work the environmental impacts for the future. By anticipating the transformations to come, they urge governments and official bodies to shape future ecological policies.
Our efforts in this field help young researchers from developing nations to embrace novel methods and tools to counter issues related to climate change in their own countries.
Years of partnership
Fundings in €
Duong Tran Anh
Rajesh Kumar Mahato
Luz Milena Nino
Amegnaglo Cocou Jaures
Mokria Mulugeta Gemi
Ei Phyu Win
Htwe Min Thant
Suranjith Bandara Koralegedara
The role of urban heat island effect and influence of future climate change in mesoscale extreme rainfall events in urban cities.
Ana Carolina Amarillo
Vietnamese researcher funded by the Cuomo Foundation-IPCC Scholarship program gains place on Prestigious Fulbright (VSP)
Vietnamese specialist in Water Resources Engineering, Dr. Tran Anh Duong has been selected into the highly competitive. Fulbright US-ASEAN Vietnamese Visiting Scholar Program 2020. From 2013 to 2017, Tran Anh Duong was supported by the IPCC Scholarship program funded...
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Ana Carolina Amarillo (Argentina), Researcher on the effects of climate change, is a Cuomo Foundation Fellow
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