Decarbonisation pathways for local authorities, citizen and businesses
The thermal processing plant for municipal trash in Gdansk is the final hub of the municipal trash management system with a metropolitan impact, as it will receive waste from three municipal facilities covering about 40 communities.
Tailoring Decarbonisation and Resilience Strategies to Drive Regional and Local Action: Read the latest news in ERCIM News!
In the research and Innovation section of the January issue of ERCIM News, the LOCALISED project is spotlighted for Tailoring Decarbonisation and Resilience Strategies to Drive Regional and Local Action.
A recent paper—by our LOCALISED partner CMCC—explores three transition scenarios, each characterised by the pace of the shift from a fossil-fuel-based economy (brown) to a renewable energy-dominated one (green).
To accelerate local decarbonization efforts and foster informed decision-making on climate action, the LOCALISED project became part of the MAIA community, which collects and networks platforms, expertise and research on climate change, with the overall aim of increasing project visibility and engagement.
Gender and Diversity monitoring in multidisciplinary research projects: have a look at the LOCALISED experience
To provide insights on how to translate our commitment to gender and diversity into tangible actions and outcomes within multidisciplinary research projects, we have created an easy-to-use and engaging factsheet which provides essential information in a concise form.
Our partner PIK hosted a three-day workshop entitled “Towards a Climate Positive Built Environment Using Bio-based and Re-used Materials”. The workshop was organised as part of a Connective Cities dialogue event and gathered 40 international participants.
The University of Twente extends its climate expertise with a focus on equity and justice aspects on international, national, and local levels
The recent appointment of Debra Roberts at the University of Twente clearly bolsters UT’s commitment to build capacity to and conduct research on one of the most pressing challenges of this century.
In the months of October and November 2023, our LOCALISED partner ÖGUT has taken part in the meetings of the recently formed citizen juries in three districts of Vienna, organized in the context of the Vienna Klimateams project.
The LOCALISED partner, IREC has defined a set of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to assess Climate Positive Circular Communities within the ARV project framework.
In LOCALISED, we aim to provide comprehensive climate transition solutions for European regions, which are both accurate and consider the local regional variances.