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Your Environment. Your Health.

Resources for P20 Applicants

The following links provide resources and partnership information for Climate Change and Health P-20 applicants to assist in developing robust and relevant research projects and core activities. This list is meant to be suggestions only and applicants are encouraged to identify other partnerships.

NIH Resources

NIEHS Resources

Philanthropic Groups

  • Future Earth
    Supports 27 Global Research Networks that address the change in the earth's systems and how those interactions affect socio-economic development and human wellbeing.
  • Kresge Foundation
    A private, national foundation that works to expand the climate advocacy and partnerships in low-income communities in America’s cities through the funding of community-based leadership and capacity building.
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
    Public health philanthropy dedicated to funding projects related to improving health equity and human wellbeing.
  • Wellcome Trust
    A global charitable foundation with actions that include grant funding, advocacy campaigns and partnerships to find solutions for today’s urgent health challenges, focusing on mental health, infectious disease, and climate change and human health.

Federal Programs & Activities


  • Belmont Forum
    A partnership of funding organizations, international science councils, and regional consortia committed to the advancement of transdisciplinary research providing knowledge for understanding, mitigating, and adapting to global environmental change. The Belmont Forum has successfully led 19 calls for proposals, supporting 134 projects and more than 1,000 scientists and stakeholders, representing over 90 countries. Themes addressed by calls have included Freshwater Security, Coastal Vulnerability, Food Security and Land Use Change, Climate Predictability and Inter-Regional Linkages, Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services, Arctic Observing and Science for Sustainability, and Mountains as Sentinels of Change. The most recent call on Climate, Environment, and Health was issued February 2015.
  • European Commission
    An organization steered by the European Union acting as the executive of the 27 members countries.
  • World Meteorological Organization
    Specialized agency of the United Nations whose mandate covers weather and climate.
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