Research Initiative Sharing a Planet in Peril invited to submit full proposal for a Cluster of Excellence

2 February 2024

The research initiative “Sharing a Planet in Peril” is building an international and interdisciplinary network of researchers in order to examine how the inequitable impacts of Global Environmental Change are being experienced, narrativized, and responded to within different locations, discourses and media around the world.

Today the initiative received the invitation from the German Research Foundation (DFG) to submit a full project proposal, marking an important step in the potential establishment of a Cluster of Excellence.

Five researchers of the CRC-TRR 228 Future Rural Africa are participants of the initiative:



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