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Horizon Scanning and Policy Fellowships to embed Social Sciences and Humanities within EU energy research and innovation policy An Energy-SHIFTS evaluation

2021-04-14T10:13:00+00:00

Within this report, we evaluate the work undertaken within Energy-SHIFTS to embed perspectives from the Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) into European energy research and policy. Over 2019 - 2020, we undertook two streams of work to achieve this. The first was horizon scanning to identify priority research questions for more funding in the forthcoming

Horizon Scanning and Policy Fellowships to embed Social Sciences and Humanities within EU energy research and innovation policy An Energy-SHIFTS evaluation2021-04-14T10:13:00+00:00

Social Sciences and Humanities for the European Green Deal | 10 recommendations from the EU Energy SSH Innovation Forum

2021-04-09T09:48:36+00:00

The 10 recommendations given here are drawn from Energy-SHIFTS research on energy, however they are relevant across the wider remit of the Green Deal when it comes to how SSH can be meaningfully involved in setting and implementing policy and governance strategies for a sustainable future. Read it!

Social Sciences and Humanities for the European Green Deal | 10 recommendations from the EU Energy SSH Innovation Forum2021-04-09T09:48:36+00:00

Shifting the energy debate forward: Innovations in the Social Sciences and Humanities for Green Deal delivery | Energy-SHIFTS Virtual Final Conference

2021-04-09T09:42:29+00:00

The objective of the Energy-SHIFTS Final Conference was to debate the key issues, identify challenges and think through the changes needed to further integrate Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) in the future of European energy policymaking by bringing together high-level policymakers and senior stakeholders with researchers linked to Horizon 2020 projects from across Europe

Shifting the energy debate forward: Innovations in the Social Sciences and Humanities for Green Deal delivery | Energy-SHIFTS Virtual Final Conference2021-04-09T09:42:29+00:00

Social Sciences and Humanities for energy – let’s do it together | Masterclasses and Citizen Debates Report

2021-03-01T09:08:02+00:00

In this report, we present two of the Energy-SHIFTS activities realised within Work Package 4 (synthesis and evaluation): the series of four Citizen Debates and four pairs of Masterclasses. Specifically, the aim of this report is to describe and reflect on the process of exchanging knowledge within different communities to make the project outcomes

Social Sciences and Humanities for energy – let’s do it together | Masterclasses and Citizen Debates Report2021-03-01T09:08:02+00:00

Designing and facilitating impactful research-policy exchange: Insights from the Energy-SHIFTS Policy Fellowships

2021-02-10T08:19:36+00:00

This is a guide for facilitators and funders of research-policy exchange programmes. It translates the lessons learned from the 2020 Energy-SHIFTS Policy Fellowships to five principal questions, which aim to support the next iteration of research-policy interactions for societal change. Read it!

Designing and facilitating impactful research-policy exchange: Insights from the Energy-SHIFTS Policy Fellowships2021-02-10T08:19:36+00:00

Horizon Scanning: Social Sciences and Humanities priority research questions on energy

2021-01-19T11:22:51+00:00

Each of these four Horizon Scanning reports present 100 priority Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) research questions. Specifically, each report details what a cross-section of SSH communities would like themselves to see receiving more funding through EU framework programmes, such as the forthcoming EU Horizon Europe. Our recommendations were submitted to the European Commission’s Directorate-General

Horizon Scanning: Social Sciences and Humanities priority research questions on energy2021-01-19T11:22:51+00:00

Live energy policy challenges: questions for the Social Sciences&Humanities

2020-03-11T11:54:41+00:00

While the issues raised are of course complex and overlapping, the report discusses the policy questions using a five-part structure of thematic categories:Citizen Engagement; Social Acceptance; Just Transitions; Behaviours; and Human Capital

Live energy policy challenges: questions for the Social Sciences&Humanities2020-03-11T11:54:41+00:00

Working Group guidelines for systematic Horizon Scanning

2020-01-03T10:05:12+00:00

Horizon Scanning is a type of Foresight method used to bring together new disciplines and expertise in new ways, to undertake systematic and usually fairly comprehensive evaluations of emerging trends, issues, priorities, etc. Our four policy-focussed Horizon Scans will each detail the top 100 energy-related Social Sciences and Humanities (energy-SSH) research questions that the

Working Group guidelines for systematic Horizon Scanning2020-01-03T10:05:12+00:00
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