ACCESS - Advancing Capacity for Climate  and Environment Social Science
ACCESS - Advancing Capacity for Climate  and Environment Social Science

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How can we decarbonise society in ways that are place-sensitive and fair? ACCESS Webinar


Patrick will share a new Place-based, Just Transition framework that arose from four UK social science research projects funded as part of the IDRIC consortium. The framework is a tool for policy and industry to embed often overlooked social dimensions of industrial decarbonisation – particularly the lived experiences, knowledges and perspectives of communities hosting infrastructure […]


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Behaviour change and the climate emergency: policy choices to drive social action ACCESS & AcSS. Webinar recording


Lorraine from the University of Bath, outlined how behavioural science can inform efforts to engage the public with climate change, and how policy choices can drive social action to achieve net zero. The event was chaired by ACCESS Co-Director Professor Birgitta Gatersleben of the University of Surrey.  The webinar is one of several events which […]


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ACCESS Flex Fund Round 2 Webinar – Recording is now available


Find out more about the funding call from ACCESS Director, Professor Patrick Devine-Wright and hear from last year’s ACCESS Flex fund awardees, Catherine Price and Patrick Elf. Q&A with Patrick, Professor Birgitta Gatersleben, ACCESS Co-Director and Professor Kate Burningham (one of the Guiding Principles Leads). Running time approx. 1 hour. The online noticeboard mentioned in […]


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Resources now available from the ACCESS Assemblies


2022 Assembly The first ACCESS Assembly took place on 15 and 16 June 2022 and focused on how we might deliver some of the project’s aims. Key speakers from the ACCESS Leadership team and stakeholders from government departments talked about Interdisciplinarity and the social sciences – working across boundaries, Knowledge co-production with policy makers and Social […]


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