The Alpine Convention is organizing a new edition of the Young Academics Award, a thesis competition that promotes the commitment of young people in innovative research concerning the Alps.
This edition of the Young Academics Award of the Alpine Convention will focus on the theme “Emissions in the Alps: climate change and air quality, measurement and measures”.
Eight prizes worth up to € 1,000 will be offered by the Permanent Secretariat and the French Presidency of the Alpine Convention, as well as by five of its Infopoints.
DEADLINE: 30th June 2020. More info here.
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