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Palestine Action for the Planet conversations every Friday | Mazin Qumsiyeh

Palestine Action for the Planet (http://www.palestinenature.org/palestine-action) invites you to join us for weekly conversations towards a better future for humans and nature every Friday at 4 PM Jerusalem-Palestine Time. Link for this Friday May 28 · 4 – 5:30 p.m.
http://meet.google.com/xak-fogn-vqi Or dial: ?(US) +1 980-389-0166? PIN: ?676 621 722?#

This week we will speak about how we can collectively promote the sustainability of human and natural communities even in difficult situations of colonization and occupation. like in Gaza and Occupied Jerusalem (see research announcement below as it is in the same line).

Future topics will cover these and other areas

  • Climate change projections and what can be done about it
  • Sustainable agriculture in a conflict zone
  • Indigenous people can show the way
  • Review of forward-looking books (like that of Khalil Gibran or Edward Said)
  • June 5th World Environment Day https://www.worldenvironmentday.global
  • YOUR IDEA?

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Learn about natural resources in Palestine (Kumi Now Talk)
https://kuminow.com/week-12-natural-resources-online-gathering
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Nature-based solutions for our towns and cities
https://www.thedailystar.net/opinion/news/nature-based-solutions-our-towns-and-cities-2064473
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Research Grants Announcement
The Palestine Institute for Biodiversity and Sustainability at Bethlehem University (PIBS- BU), The Galilee Society (GS), and The Palestinian Center for Rapprochement Between People (PCR) announce the availability of research grants in areas of biodiversity and human and diversity. The project funded by the European Union Peacebuilding Initiative “Unity and Diversity in Nature and Society” (ENI/148-412/2019) aims at promoting actions focused on the sustainability and regeneration of human and natural systems. We encourage applications from female researchers, master students, and researchers from 1948 areas, based on these guidelines: https://www.palestinenature.org/research/Research-guidelines.pdf

The following will be considered by the independent reviewers in evaluating
your proposal:
1) Collaborative research (especially involving/led by young people and women) and good partnership with one of the and use the resources developed in one (preferably more than one) of the three established centers at the three partner institutions (EC, BC, HDC)
2) Novelty and scientific merit of idea
3) Project Budget justified and reasonable for project activities (including) value for the money
4) Clear description of the problem addressed (citing references)
5) Methodology clearly described and appropriate including a project implementation plan
6) How will the project be translated to an educational module
7) Change expected (outputs and outcome, deliverables)
8) Ability to do the work (judged from CV and background)
9) Overall feasibility, including the ability of the candidate to finalize project within the proposed timeline (suggested 4-6 months)
Projects which will be excluded: Those with topics unrelated to human diversity and biodiversity and those with ethical issues (such as repeated work or conflicts of interests)
To apply, please click to download this form
https://www.palestinenature.org/research/Application-for-Research-Grants.docx, fill it and send by 5 June 2021 (note deadline extension) with CVs/resumes of researchers to info@palestinenature.org with cc to Mr. Mohammed Abusarhan <Mabusarhan6@gmail.com>

 

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