Three dimensions are highlighted and the integration of these: environmental, economic and social.
We therefore would like to inspire the next CFI projects to explore and debate what next steps for sustainability can be.
How and what can we as researchers and teachers witin SLU Landscape do in our everyday activities? And, how can we pass it on to our students and society?
CFI poster 2021 (pdf)
What form might these proposals take?
Maybe your group wants to formulate and illustrate a method that works well, develop a way of working with a set goal, or explre an idea for something new. The project can support ongoing work or start shaping something new.
For your project proposal to be eligible for CFI funding, your team must:
- Include at least three people from at least two SLU landscape units (SOL, LAPF, IMS, Movium, Urban Futures). If you like, invite an extern collaborator.
- Formulate an implementation plan.
- Concretize activities that add value to SLU Landscape.
What does a team need to include in their proposal?
ENGAGEMENT - list of the participants and their regular workplaces. Within SLU, also their main SLU activity, for e.g., research/teaching, w/dept, and campus location.
IMPLEMENTATION - provide an activity plan on timeline until August 2022; outline action steps/tasks and preliminary budget. Identify a primary contact.
RESULT - List concrete outcomes for SLU Landscape and team members that comes from realizing this idea. Also, identify immediate and long-term values.
Where do we send the proposal, and by when?
E-mail completed English proposals (2-page max) to email@example.com before November 28, 2021.
Proposals are assessed on team mix, feasibility of action plans, proposed effects and relevance to SLU Landscape’s mission to build on existing resources for the benefit of all SLU Landscape members.
They will be reviewed by the SLU Landscape Steering group: Caroline Dahl (Movium), Ingrid Sarlöv-Herlin (LAPF), Lars Johansson (SOL, Chair), Bruno Santesson (SOL/LA), Nina Vogel (Urban Futures Platform), Caroline Hägerhäll, (IMS) assisted by Maria Wisselgren (SLU Landscape workgroup member).