Researchers in residence are postdocs or interdisciplinary scholars working in residence on the development of a grant application for a research project to be undertaken at the RCC.
The DFG Emmy-Noether Research Group Hazardous Travels. Ghost Acres and the Global Waste Economy investigates structures and dynamics of hazardous waste trade since the 1970s.
CHEERS (Cultural HEritagE. Risks and Securing activities) is a European project concerning the protection of cultural heritage exposed to environmental risks (natural disasters, climate change, etc.).
The Rachel Carson Center is participating in RECOMS, Resourceful and Resilient Communities, a new Marie Sklodowska Curie (MSCA) Innovative Training Network (ITN) funded by the European Commission.
Environmental Humanities for a Concerned Europe (ENHANCE) is a Marie Curie European Innovative Training Network (ITN) providing multidisciplinary doctoral training in Environmental Humanities.