The White Rose Brussels Office is running a competition to create an article on Climate Change Policy based on your research.
The universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York, three of the UK’s leading research-intensive universities, have a representative office in Brussels. The office engages with key stakeholders to support and influence European policy and research development.
Opening our office in Brussels in April 2016 has allowed the three White Rose universities to develop stronger links with European colleagues, enabling us to work closely on strategically important initiatives. One of our three key themes is Climate Change, and the office has run a number of successful seminars and events over the last two years, showcasing our research excellence in this crucial area.
The European Union has addressed Climate Change as a main issue since the 1990s. Our three key research institutes, The Priestley International Centre for Climate at Leeds, the Grantham Centre for Sustainable Futures at Sheffield and the Stockholm Environment Institute at York , have all received EU Funding to help minimise the scale and impact of Climate Change. We have an event in February 2019 which will tackle this theme from a policy perspective. Our academics will present key research findings from the White Rose Universities.
Write an article (maximum of 800 words) about an aspect of Climate Change from your own discipline’s perspective and the policy implications for a European audience. The article must also have the potential to generate interest on social media. It therefore needs to be current, engaging and dynamic, giving policy thoughts, responses and direction at a European level.
Originality: Each article must be an original analysis and must be the author’s own work. Articles previously published are not eligible.
Authors: Must be PhD student or PostDoc* from one of the three universities (University of Leeds, Sheffield or York)
Co-authors: Articles written by more than one student are not permitted. Articles co-authored with faculty are not eligible.
One Submission: You may submit only one article.
*on a fixed term research contract within 3 years of PhD
Length: A maximum of 800 words
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– Articles must be submitted in PDF
Language: The article should assume its audience has some knowledge of the field, though not to a technical degree
Deadline: Sunday 6 January 2019, 23.59 GMT
Articles will be judged by members of the White Rose Team.
The winner will get the chance to present their article at the White Rose Climate Change event in the European Parliament on 20 February 2019. Travel, accommodation in Brussels and meals will be paid for.
Kindly include in your email submission:
Telephon e Contact:
Date of PhD award (due/issued):
Title of Article:
Availability on the 20 February 2019: Available/ Not available
For enquiries please contact, Director, Phil Holliday at email@example.com
Please send your entries to: Aya Nay Haddad at a.n.haddad @whiterose.ac.uk