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Low Carbon Action in Ordinary Cities
LO-ACT is looking at the 'ordinary actions' taken by citizens to improve everyday life whilst tackling climate change. The project examines specific examples of climate change actions and policies to find out how ideas, materials, technologies, and expertise can be transferred across urban contexts.The objectives are to: 1. Understand the local actions in a global context and how they shape the ordinary cities; 2. Explain the transferability potential of social, technological and institutional innovations; 3. Study the impact of local actions on citizens; 4. Create a research toolbox to engage with the messy, the unusual and the change in-the-making. Reimagine the theories on climate change politics.
1 Researchers
1 External Collaborators
  • Professor Vanesa Castan-Broto
    The University of Sheffield - United Kingdom
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