For a fair and inclusive Green Deal
ACCTING (AdvanCing behavioural Change Through an INclusive Green deal) produces knowledge and innovations to advance behavioural change for an inclusive and equal European Green Deal.
in 13 countries
interviews with individuals
from vulnerable groups
from 34 countries
interviews with individuals from vulnerable groups
experimental studies in 13 countries
inspiring practices from 34 countries
the impact of Green Deal policy initiatives on individual and collective behaviours
policymakers to anticipate and mitigate the potential negative impacts of policies on inequalities
and implement pilot actions
to be deployed by policymakers and stakeholders in the policy domains of the Green Deal
Photo by NOAA Transformation has become a key word in the sustainability debate. What does sustainability transformation mean? What hinders and what enables...
Promoting sustainable food consumption choices is one of the priorities of the European Green Deal. But to understand food choices, we need to increase our understanding of values, priorities, obstacles and challenges faced by different social groups and across cultures and countries in Europe and beyond.
Can energy-efficiency measures support micro and small entrepreneurs to deal with climate change mitigation and spiralling energy costs?
The adoption of energy-efficiency measures in micro/smaller SMEs is not only important to help mitigate the crucial challenge of climate change, but also to enable the survival of the European business fabric and economy.
How can we achieve sustainable urban mobility for all? Identifying challenges and envisioning inclusive solutions
When the COVID-19 pandemic broke out, we all saw our cities deserted for a few weeks, without the traffic that usually engulfs and suffocates them day and night. We hoped that the crisis would represent an opportunity to rethink urban mobility, in a transition towards more sustainable alternatives.
How can we better integrate a gender+ perspective into our exploration of social inequalities in the context of the climate crisis and the Green Deal? What can we learn from existing feminist methodologies about asking better questions, designing more robust methods, and refining our data analysis?
Transport poverty is a problem that affects the daily lives of millions of people. If someone is transport poor, it means that they lack mobility recourses to access work, education, health, and social networks.
Access to food is not equal across the world, as is common knowledge. Inequalities in food quality and access occur both between countries and regions and among people...
ACCTING is organising an online seminar which aims to explore the ways in which feminist methodologies will improve research, as well as policy directions and outcomes,...
What are energy communities? Who do they typically include and what does it say about how they could be improved?