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New grant for a study on transboundary haze pollution and BRI in Southeast Asia
The Henry Luce Foundation Initiative for Southeast Asia, has awarded a four-year research grant to a team led by University of Hawai’i and IRD to study transboundary air pollution and the socio-ecological Impact of China’s BeltRoad Initiative in the Mekong Sub-Region. This grant complements the...
Roundtable on Air Pollution
Air pollution by fine particles is a global issue. It is the main health risk and the main cause of non-communicable diseases, the second largest contributor to global warming (just after CO2), and with quantities of fine particles arriving in the ocean more than twice the amount of plastic waste...
Fire smoke from South America reaches the Namibian coast
A team of scientists conducted an analysis of the aerosol composition over the Namibian coast. The atmosphere contains smoke coming from biomass fires in Angola and also South America.
Franco-Vietnamese meeting on environmental protection at MOFA
[Project] CLAREA – Climate, livelihoods and agroecosystem resources in East Africa
2019 - 2022 Tanzania
[Project] AEROCLO-SA - Aerosol radiation and clouds in Southern Africa
January 2016 - December 2019 Namibia, South Africa
[Project] HBAO - Variability, composition, and radiative effects of aerosols in Southern Africa
International Emerging Action (IEA) January 2019 - December 2021 Botswana, Namibia, South Africa
[Project] ARSAIO - Atmospheric Research in Southern Africa and Indian Ocean
International Research Project (IRP) January 2019 - December 2023 Reunion Island, Madagascar, South Africa
[Project] Mikoko - Conservation and resilience of Kenyan mangrove forests
French solidarity fund for innovative projects (FSPI) January 2019 - December 2020 Kenya
The Ocean Resources research teams take an integrated approach to marine development research, particularly focussing on processes that affect the intertropical zone.
Research in Southern Africa
Research projects are defined and carried out jointly by the researchers and their counterparts in Southern Africa.