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Tagged: Public engagement


Public acceptance of smart home technologies in the UK: a citizens’ jury study


Her and the team of other researchers involved in the study, found that whilst participants identified the benefits of smart home technologies, participants’ data sharing intentions and practices were contingent upon the condition of trust in technology developers. The study outcomes could support practitioners and policymakers in making informed, citizen-led decisions about how to adapt […]


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How to make industrial decarbonisation relevant and fair for local communities? By Huei-Ling Lai


Update – Originally published on 17 October 2023 this blog has been updated with links to the project’s findings. All the project outputs (including 1 integrated framework, 3 contextualised action plans, and 1 policy brief) are now available on the IDRIC website. Also included is a recording of an online policy and practice workshop with […]


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The Crown Estate commissions vital research to understand the social impact of marine sectors on coastal communities


  Pamela is leading the review of evidence on the social impacts of marine sectors on coastal communities, on behalf of The Crown Estate. As manager of the seabed around England, Wales and Northern Ireland, The Crown Estate plays a key role in the processes that regulate how the UK marine environment is used and […]


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Mapping Public Engagement With Energy, Climate Change and Net Zero


In this recent webinar, recorded on Monday September 11 2023, the UKERC Public Engagement Observatory team present the findings of a major new analysis of public engagement with energy, climate change and net zero in the UK and considered the implications for developing a more systemic approach to public participation and engagement. Chair: Prof Jason […]


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Answering a call for evidence. Blog by Patrick Devine-Wright


The UK Department for Energy Security and Net Zero (DESNZ) is currently seeking views on developing local partnerships for onshore wind with supportive communities in England (read more). After following several online and face to face meetings with DESNZ officials over the past month or so, I submitted an official consultation response. The call for […]


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