ClimateXChange research is funded in three ways:
- Post-Doctoral Research Fellows (PDRFs) who work in Universities and have individual work plans agreed with the relevant Scottish Government policy division, see our Areas of expertise
- Dedicated CXC resource through SEFARI – Scotland’s environment, food and agriculture research institutes, which are independent research organisations funded to do applied and strategic research for the Scottish Government’s rural affairs, food and environment portfolio
- A commissioning budget, used for projects where we do not already have expertise through the above funding streams
Current research grants, our commissions and vacancies in the secretariat are listed below.
Establishing a manure/slurry exchange in Scotland - a feasibility study
We wish to commission a feasibility study for the establishment of a manure/slurry exchange in Scotland.
Submissions must be received by Noon on Wednesday 29 January 2020.
A review of how greenhouse gas emissions are considered as part of the Strategic Environmental Assessment and Environmental Impact Assessment processes
We wish to commission a study to review how greenhouse gas emissions are appraised as part of the Strategic Environmental Assessment and Environmental Impact Assessment process and how the results are reported and communicated.
Submissions must be received by noon on Friday 31 January 2020.
Mapping district heating feasibility studies in Scotland
We wish to commission research to analyse and map existing feasibility studies for district heating in Scotland.
Submissions must be received by Noon on Thursday 6 February 2020.