To slow climate change, we must drastically reduce CO2 emissions. This requires a radical reorientation of the economy and society. In interdisciplinary projects, researchers at the University of Graz are investigating which measures can quickly bring about sustainable changes and also be successful in the long run.
Researchers at the University of Graz investigate the structure of negative social impacts caused by ambitious climate policies in Austria and develop counter strategies.
Researchers work with stakeholders to develop solutions for a just transition to more sustainable food systems in Europe.
The goal of the project is to develop viable strategies to mitigate climate change and adapt to changing conditions.
Based on the analysis of possibilities for a socially just and politically enforceable transition to a carbon-free economy, a "toolkit" for decision-makers will be developed.