Social Innovation and Public EngagementWork Package 5
The WP aims to reinforce the social dimension in renewable energy development, by promoting knowledge exchanges between business and CSO involved in RE planning and implementation and academic institutions that carry out research on social issues concerning energy. It aims to explore how resources from social research can be used to enhance the involvement of communities, to tap into local knowledge to create innovative solutions, to defuse potential causes for conflict around landscapes and cultural values. It has strong training dimension, providing researchers and technicians from business and civil society organisations with information on cutting edge methodological tools for social research and participatory engagement emanated from academia. Nevertheless, secondments of academic social researchers in business and CSO will also raise their awareness of the needs, interests and specialised knowledge of non-academic partners, extremely fruitful for future collaborations. Finally, this WP also has a strong dissemination component, patent both in scientific outputs (article, report) and actions aimed at communities (exhibition) and the general public, as well as seminar that will include all WP participants.
02. To appraise innovative practices in public engagement in renewable energies.
03. To strengthen the cultural dimension of renewable energy development processes.
04. To promote training and dissemination of methodologies for public engagement.
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PLANNING AND ENGAGEMENT ARENAS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY LANDSCAPES
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Address: Avda. Ciudad Jardín, 20/22, 1ª pta. 41005 Sevilla ( España )
Funded by: Marie Sklodwska Curie Actions. H2020 Research Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE)
Project Number: 778039 - PEARLS
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 778039.