International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change (IHDP)
Founded 1990, as Human Dimensions Programme (HDP), by H-XA2466 - International Social Science Council (ISSC). Set up under its current title by ISSC and H-XA1752 - International Council for Science (ICSU), 1996. F-XF2488 - United Nations University (UNU) became 3rd institutional sponsor, 2006. Closed end 2014, with activities transitioned to F-XJ6881 - Future Earth.
Promote, catalyze and coordinate research, capacity-development and networking on the human dimensions of global environmental change; provide international leadership in framing, developing and integrating social science research and strengthen the science-policy interface.
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Scientific Committee; core science projects (6); joint projects under Earth System Science Partnership (6); pilot science project; National Committees and National Contact Points (45).
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