How Can Climate Policy be Framed Socially?

Researchers at the University of Siegen are exploring how political measures for greater sustainability should be framed to achieve greater social acceptance.
The end of the combustion engine, Germany’s new heating law, increasing charges for CO2 emissions — promoting sustainability requires politicians to propose ideas that impact daily life of the population directly. How should these changes be framed within the EU to achieve greater acceptance at a societal level? The question is at the heart of an international project with the University of Siegen’s involvement called “Greenpaths.” The overall project is being funded with three million euros from the EU within the Horizon Europe initiative.

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