For this award, we would like to showcase upcoming talent in this research area, and so are asking for applications to come from Early Career Researchers. We’d like to hear about innovative research projects that seek to answer questions about how to best engage the public in a meaningful way with climate change. We define Early Career Researcher as an undergraduate or postgraduate (Masters/PhD) student or a researcher who has received their highest degree (Bachelors, Masters, or Doctorate) in the past seven years.
For more details, visit the Climate Outreach Climate Communications Awards page.
To qualify as an Early Career Researcher, we require that you are either a current student or received your highest degree within the last 7 years. Provided parental leave fell within that period, up to one year of parental leave per child may be added. If this applies to you, please state how many years of parental leave need to be added in the ‘Additional Information’ question below.