The industrial return on the green transition: Renewable energy in Vietnam (REturn)

Research project The diffusion of renewable energy (RE), such as solar PV and wind power, is growing rapidly in a number of Southeast Asian (SEA) countries, most prominently Vietnam, Malaysia and Thailand. Government support aimed at stimulating the diffusion of RE i ...
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DV-WIND: De-risking Vietnamese offshore wind farm development by using onsite seabed conditions and optimizing locations using marine spatial planning

Research project At present, there is a worldwide demand for clean energy and this demand is even growing in the next decades. A way to create more clean energy is to develop new offshore wind farms (OWFs). This will also help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and f ...
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Climate-resilient aquatic food systems for healthy lives of young women and girls in Bangladesh (AQUAFOOD)

Research project Sustainable management of aquatic foods is essential, in order to support the urgently needed shift to sustainable and healthy diets, mitigating climate change. Yet, the approaches that promote sustainable food systems largely fail to recognize the p ...
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Pregnancy in the context of climate change: Co-creating climate-responsive antenatal care for urban Tanzania (the CC-ANC Project)

Research project Antenatal care (ANC), which pregnant women are recommended to obtain from trained health professionals, offers multiple opportunities to improve sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). However, Sub-Saharan African (SSA) women continue to fa ...
2023-10-01 to 2028-09-30 Tanzania Gender equality Health Lead institution: University of Copenhagen (UCPH), Denmark Partner institutions: Aga Khan University (AKU), Tanzania Project coordinator: Dan Meyrowitsch Project code: 23-11-KU Total grant: 9,999,991 DKK
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Overcoming acceleration challenges in the South African energy transition (ACCELERATE)

Research project The overall objective of the project is to contribute to an accelerated and just transition to renewable energy (RE) in emerging economies, including job creation and development of local communities and local industries. The project will generate n ...
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Climate influence on zoonoses at human-livestock-wildlife interfaces in the transboundary region between Kenya and Tanzania (ENHANCE)

Research project Climate change is arguably the most important global environmental challenge. Low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) are disproportionately affected, particularly rural communities that are very reliant on natural resources. Wildlife, humans and li ...
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The Agroforestry Paradox – Climate Clever Coffee (APCCO)

Research project Background Coffee is king in Uganda. In fact, among all commodities, only gold ranks higher. However, unlike gold, coffee is the main livelihood for millions of Ugandans. More than 1,2 million farmers are cultivating coffee and even more find work a ...
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Nature-based Solutions for Climate- Resilient Tea Production in Uganda (NbS4Tea)

Research project Tea is an important part of Uganda's economy, but climate change is a major threat to its production. Tea plants are typically grown in rainfed systems across Uganda, and increasing frequency and duration of heat and drought spells have negative effe ...
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