|The PATHWAYS team at the project meeting in Venice|
FINAL WORKSHOP AT EEA
On November 21-22, PATHWAYS together with the EEA organised a workshop at the EEA in Copenhagen. The objective of the workshop was to explore how PATHWAYS and related projects can support the development of knowledge for transitions at the European scale, focusing in particular on how they can contribute to the planned SOER 2020 systems assessment. Apart from the EEA and PATHWAYS, members of the OECD, European Commission, EEA scientific committee, and the projects ARTS, TESS and CARISMA participated in this workshop.
POET EMILY HINSHELWOOD READS AT THE ARTS-TESS-PATHWAYS FINAL CONFERENCE
Poet Emily Hinshelwood joined the researchers from the three synergy projects ARTS, TESS and PATHWAYS for their final conference and reflected their insights back to them in poetic form. See the video here.
CASE STUDY DATABASE ONLINE
There are many case studies on local and regional transitions. Some of those look at community-based initiatives, others at higher levels such as cities or even countries. Until now, an overview of existing European transition case studies was missing. In a joint effort of the European FP7 projects PATHWAYS, TESS, and ARTS, a database of existing case studies was developed. The database is still under development, and in the coming months the database will be populated with many more case studies. Everybody is welcome to add existing case studies to the database, please send an e-mail to email@example.com for instructions.
The EU FP7 project PATHWAYS is a unique project that explores the possibilities for transitions to a low-carbon, sustainable Europe. The essence of PATHWAYS is that it combines the analysis of different scientific approaches: integrated assessment modelling, socio-technical transition analysis, and initiative-based learning. read more