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Envisioning sustainable lifestlyes - searching for projects and initiatives

GreenDependent participates as an advisor in one of the projects (Envisioning Future Low-Carbon Lifestylesof UNEP's 10 year framework programme on „Sustainable Lifestyles and Education”. In this project we are looking for sustainable lifestyle projects and intiatiatives from around the world and are asking implementers to please fill in a questionnaire about their projects.

What is the questionnaire looking for?

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Compete4SECAP national kick-off meeting

The national kick-off meeting of the Compete4SECAP project was held in Hungary on 28 March 2018.

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How much energy do we need?!: EnergyNeighbourhoods launches a social media campaign

After 4 successful seasons the energy saving programme ’E.ON EnergyNeighbourhoods’ will be launched for the 5th time in autumn 2018, organised by GreenDependent Institute and the E.ON Hungaria Group. The programme's main objective is to promote low-carbon and green lifestyles among families, households and small communities.

As a new element, this year a 9-week social media (Facebook) campaign is implemented from the end of March in the frame of which interesting and useful tips, articles and news are shared on the programme’s social media page about gadget-free entertainment, hot water use, washing and a lot more. By applying these tips and following the advice provided, everyone can discover and map their household consumption as well as save considerable amount of energy at home.

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ENERGISE paper in GAIA Special Issue on Real-World Labs – Open Access !!!

How can we accelerate transformations towards more sustainable societies and transfer existing knowledge into action? Establishing society-based labs, where societal and scientific actors jointly experiment in real-world contexts, are one popular answer. The new GAIA special issue focuses on reflections and empirical insights regarding labs in the real world and builds bridges among the growing research community.

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