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Imagining 2050 project commences

6 Apr 2018
Imagining 2050 project team members

Imagining 2050 - an exciting new EPA-funded project, builds on existing energy transition work within UCC to explore and co-develop future visions of, and pathways to, a low carbon and climate resilient future for Ireland.

Imagining 2050 seeks to consolidate in a single project existing research capacity in terms of societal transitions, climate mitigation and climate adaptation. The project builds on the strength of such research in UCC, including the soon to be completed ENTRUST H2020 Project

The Project 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.

The project is led by Dr Gerard Mullally Department of Sociology / Cleaner Production Promotion Unit and invovles a diverse range of co-investigators (see research team).

 

See project website for further details

 

 

Cleaner Production Promotion Unit

G1 Civil Engineering Building, School of Engineering, University College Cork, College Road, Cork T12 K8AF, Ireland.

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