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Fundamental Decarbonisation Through Sufficiency By Lifestyle Changes

Descrizione del progetto

Stili di vita all’insegna della sufficienza come un’opzione per la decarbonizzazione

Per lottare contro i cambiamenti climatici e rispettare gli obiettivi dell’accordo di Parigi, l’azione politica è fondamentale, ma anche i cambiamenti sociali sono altrettanto importanti. Il progetto FULFILL, finanziato dall’UE, esplorerà il contributo che i cambiamenti nello stile di vita e l’impegno assunto dai cittadini apportano alla decarbonizzazione dell’Europa e al conseguimento degli obiettivi dell’accordo di Parigi. Riunendo istituti di ricerca, mondo accademico, centri di riflessione e ONG, il progetto avvierà un dialogo inter e transdisciplinare tra le scienze sociali e umane, nonché studi tecnici ed economici sull’energia e sul clima. Attraverso l’esame di stili di vita all’insegna della sufficienza, il progetto ne identificherà le conseguenze desiderate e indesiderate, i fattori agevolanti e le barriere, nonché gli impatti esercitati a livello individuale/familiare e comunitario/municipale per determinare i comportamenti di routine in grado di ridurre la domanda energetica e le emissioni, contribuendo al contempo al benessere.

Obiettivo

The proposed project FULFILL takes up the concept of sufficiency to study the contribution of lifestyle changes and citizen engagement in decarbonising Europe and fulfilling the goals of the Paris Agreement. FULFILL understands the application of the sufficiency principle as creating the social, infrastructural and regulatory conditions for changing individual and collective practices in a way that reduces energy demand, greenhouse gas emissions and simultaneously contributes to societal well-being. FULFILL’s consortium consists of research institutes, academia, think-tanks and NGOs who have developed an inter- & transdisciplinary research concept that engages in a dialogue between social science and humanities (SSH) as well as technoeconomic energy and climate studies, i.e. prospective studies. The project starts with developing a conceptual framework on lifestyle change towards sufficiency and the identification of most promising areas from prospective studies. The project's core is intensive empirical fieldwork in five EU countries and one outside combining qualitative and quantitative methods from SSH to deliver findings across diverse cultural, political and economic conditions. Hereby FULFILL provides in-depth analysis of sufficiency lifestyles, their intended and unintended consequences (incl. rebound & spillover effects), enablers and barriers (incl. incentives and existing structures) as well as impacts (incl. on health & gender) on the micro (individual & household) and meso (community & municipal) level. Building on this, FULFILL evaluates the potential for upscaling and develops a systemic impact assessment (macro level) which includes also indicators beyond GDP.
Finally, FULFILL delivers effective communication approaches and policy recommendations validated by citizen science activities. By its dissemination and exploitation strategy, the project targets policy makers to inform the preparation of NECPs and NDCs.

Invito a presentare proposte

H2020-LC-CLA-2018-2019-2020

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Bando secondario

H2020-LC-CLA-2020-2

Meccanismo di finanziamento

RIA - Research and Innovation action

Coordinatore

FRAUNHOFER GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FORDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN FORSCHUNG EV
Contribution nette de l'UE
€ 923 742,50
Indirizzo
HANSASTRASSE 27C
80686 Munchen
Germania

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Regione
Bayern Oberbayern München, Kreisfreie Stadt
Tipo di attività
Research Organisations
Collegamenti
Costo totale
€ 923 742,50

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