The Belmont Forum is a group of high-level representatives from major funding agencies across the globe. In 2014, Forum funded 3-year projects in two topical areas: Freshwater Security and Coastal Vulnerability.
Awards provide support to transdisciplinary, multinational consortia to engage in global change research through an 11-country joint research initiative supported by the Belmont Forum and G8 Heads of Research Councils. Consortia are comprised of natural scientists, social scientists and end-users, policy makers, and associated stakeholders. The goal of these research programs is to accelerate delivery of knowledge needed for action to mitigate and adapt to detrimental environmental change and extreme hazardous events within the thematic areas of either Coastal Vulnerability or Freshwater Security.
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The National Science Foundation (NSF) is the premier agency funding science and engineering research in the US.
Funding for the US component of the JWP has been provided by NSF through award GEO/OAD-1342869, Belmont Forum Collaborative Research: Integrated Analysis of Freshwater Resources Sustainability in Jordan.
Also see: http://www.nsf.gov/
The Natural Science and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) is the premier agency funding natural science and engineering research in Canada.
Funding for the Canadian component of the JWP has been provided by NSERC.
Also see: http://www.nserc-crsng.gc.ca/
Support through the PEER program - Partnerships for Enhanced Engagement in Research - USAID in collaboration with with the US National Science Foundation.