KIN’s first work program is themed ‘Climate Transition in Urban Areas through the Lens of Climate Justice’. It involves a maximum grant of €1,500,000. One application for one work program is expected to be awarded. Prior to the opening of the grant, the KIN organized a so-called Crutzen Workshop that we held from October 9 to 11 in Egmond aan Zee. Over three days, all parties involved (representatives of companies, governments, civil society organizations and researchers) worked together on the outlines for an initial work program. It is part of the pilot phase, in which we are experimenting with the innovative KIN approach.
The grant application goes through NWO and thus must also be submitted through their system (ISAAC). Here is all the information needed to submit the application.
As mentioned, this is a pilot, which differs from the regular NWO approach. If you have questions or would like to join the consortium to be formed, please contact us.
Review the relevant documentation:
- Klimaattransitie in stedelijk gebied | statement of appointment and project supervision (in Dutch) DOCX | 21.1