Imagining 2050: Engaging, Envisioning and Enabling Dialogue on Pathways towards a Low Carbon, Climate Resilient Ireland

Environmental Protection Agency 2017-CCRP-MS.49

April 2018 – May 2021 | UCC Budget: €378,344 

UCC Principal Investigator  Dr Gerard Mullally | Co-investigators:  Dr Niall Dunphy, Prof Brian Ó GallachóirProf Edmond Byrne, Dr Clodagh Harris, Dr Paul Bolger, Dr James Glynn, Dr Fionn Rogan, Dr Barry O’Dwyer, Prof Geraint Ellis (QUB), Prof John Barry (QUB) | Researcher: Dr Alexandra Revez

Imagining 2050 seeks to consolidate in a single project existing research capacity in Ireland in terms of societal transitions, climate mitigation and climate adaptation. Imagining 2050 will engage with civic society using innovative approaches, to explore and co-develop future visions of, and pathways to, a low carbon and climate resilient future. An added innovative component of the project is the use of creative communication and engagement methods.

Further information is available from the Project web site



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Funded by the Environmental Protection Agency

Cleaner Production Promotion Unit

G.03 Environmental Research Institute, University College Cork, Lee Road, Cork T23 XE10, Ireland