6 million grant to EU project on water scarcity and climate change


CNDS Director, respectively fellow, Giuliano Di Baldassarre and Sina Kathami’s project TRANSCEND (Transformational and Robust AdaptatioN to water Scarcity and ClimatE chaNge under Deep uncertainty) has been selected for funding by the EU funding Horizon Climate.

This new EU project will be coordinated by the University of Salamanca (Spain). It involves 15 partner organizations from 13 different countries. It will receive EU funding for a total of 5.3 million EUR of which 602,000 EUR (above 6 million SEK) will go to the Department of Earth Sciences at Uppsala university.

Giuliano Di Baldassarre will be leading one of the work packages (WP3). Along with his research team at the Department, he will develop socio-hydrological models and methods for assessing water policies in several cases studies around the world.

Last modified: 2023-02-01