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“Ecocide: Impacts of Wars and/or Climate Change on Food Security Since 1945"
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The Hans Günter Brauch Foundation (HGBS) supports two prizes on peace, ecology in the Anthropocene and of linkages between these themes.

A local prize for High School Students in the Neckar-Odenwald County in South Germany and this International Science Prize.

The annual International Science Prize for Peace and Ecology in the Anthropocene is supported by the HGB-Foundation in Mosbach, Germany.

Each Call for the International Science Prize (ISP) differs. The theme of the ISP 2024 is:

“Ecocide: Impacts of Wars and/or Climate Change on Food Security Since 1945”

The first International Science Prize 2023 was awarded to PD Dr. Tobias Ide , (Murdoch University in Perth (Australia), Hiroshima University (Japan) and as a Privatdozent at the Technical University Braunschweig (Germany).

The ISP 2023 was awarded on 14 July 2023 in Mosbach (Germany). Two International Recognitions were given to Dr. Tom Deligiannis, Laurier University, Ontario, Canada and to Ass. Prof. Richard Marcantonio, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA.

The Hans Günter Brauch Foundation (HGBS) for Peace and Ecology in the Anthropocene awards annually an international science prize (ISP). The theme for its ISP 2024 is: Ecocide: Impacts of Wars and/or Climate Change on Food Security Since 1945.

The first prize was awarded in 2023 to Prof. Tobias Ide (Australia/Japan/Germany) for his book: Catastrophes, Confrontations and Constraints – How Disasters Shape the Dynamics of Armed Conflict. The award ceremony and an interview with the award recipient are at:.

This International Science Prize for Peace and Ecology in the Anthropocene (ISP) includes a prize money of 3.000 Euro. The prize is open to scholars with a PhD from all disciplines and countries for an original, innovative and substantial research contribution.

Any scholar may apply or be nominated until 31 May 2024 by submitting an original single-authored text in English that was published as a book or is an unpublished manuscript (e.g. a PhD, advanced PhD or habilitation) that was approved since 2020.

  • Nominations and self-applications are invited until 31 May 2024 with these documents:
    • A 300-500 word abstract and an electronic version of the book or an unpublished work;
    • a CV and publication list of the author’s professional affiliation and contact details;
    • A signed letter that the applicant has authored the submitted text.
    • The Author’s ORCID ID Number
  • Details on 2024 call are soon at:

Submissions should be sent until 31 May 2024 to: Email (hg.brauch@onlinehome.de). The ISP 2024 will be awarded on 10 October 2024 in Mosbach in South Germany.

Any scholar may apply or be nominated until 31 May 2024 by submitting

  • an original single-authored text in English that was published as a book
  • or is an unpublished manuscript (e.g. a PhD, advanced PhD or habilitation) that was approved since 2020.
  • Nominations and self-applications are invited until 31 May 2024 with these documents:

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Second International Science Prize 2024 on
Ecocide: Impacts of Wars and/or Climate Change on
Food Security Since 1945

 

The Hans Günter Brauch Foundation (HGBS) for Peace and Ecology in the Anthropocene awards an international science prize (ISP) on: Ecocide: Impacts of Wars and/or Climate Change on Food Security Since 1945.

The first prize was awarded to Prof. Dr Tobias Ide for: Catastrophes, Confrontations and Constraints. The award ceremony is at:.

The ISP-2024 includes a prize money of 3.000 Euro and is open to scholars from all disciplines and countries. Any scholar with a PhD may apply or be nominated until 31 May 2024 by submitting an original single-authored book or manuscript in English (PhD or habilitation thesis) published or approved since 2020. Applications and nominations should include:

  • a 300-500 word abstract and an electronic version of the book or an unpublished work;
  • a CV, publication and the author’s professional affiliation and contact details;
  • A signed letter that the applicant has authored the submitted text for 2024
  • The call and thre theme 2024 is soon at:

Submissions should be sent until 31 May 2024 to: Email (hg.brauch@onlinehome.de).

The ISP 2024 will be awarded on 10 October 2024 in Mosbach in South Germany.

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