Project

CAMPAIGNers – Citizens Acting on Mitigation Pathways through Active Implementation of a Goal-setting Network

Low-carbon lifestyles – from eating less meat, swapping the car for a bike, and switching to energy efficient devices – can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The EU-funded CAMPAIGNers project aims to revolutionise the way lifestyle transformation research is conducted and how it informs policies. Specifically, it will move from hypothetical citizen behaviour to the implementation of a goal-setting network where over 100 000 citizens receive and create challenges to try out tailored adaptations to their daily routines via an engaging app. The project will identify the barriers and enablers across 5 continents and 16 major cities. The findings will be used to design feasible pathways to reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Details

Status:

Supported by BayFOR:

Research Focus:

  • Climate
  • Digitalisation / ICT / AI
  • Education / Skills / Capacity Building
  • Energy
  • Food / Nutrition
  • Mobility
  • Social Sciences

Project Coordination:

Johannes Kepler University Linz
(JKU)

Project Partner:

Saints GmbH
SBK Solutions GmbH
University of Cape Town

Countries:

Germany (Bavaria), South Africa

Funding Agency:

European Union (EU)

Funding Type:

H2020

Duration:

01/05/2021
- 30/04/2024

Budget:

EUR
4999670

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