Distributional effects of environmental policy measures in the transportation sector and designing a comprehensive concept for a socially compatible transportation turn (VERVE)
Rafael Postpischil, Dr. Klaus Jacob
Jan 01, 2021 — May 31, 2023
The project aims at developing solutions for a socio-ecologic transformation of the transportation sector. Aside from environmental and climate change policy goals, social aspects covering distributional effects are supposed to be considered. learn more
Social cohesion, food and health. Inclusive food system transitions
Oct 15, 2020 — Oct 14, 2023
Consortium: Humboldt-Universität (Thaer-Institute for Agricultural and Horticultural Sciences), Charité (Medical Clinic of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Nutrition), Technische Universität (Center for Technology and Society, Food Biotechnology and Food Process Engineering), Freie Universität ...
Joint implementation of 2030-Agenda / SDGs and Paris Agreement
Julia Teebken, Klaus Jacob
May 01, 2020 — Dec 31, 2021
Five years after passing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, and the Sendai-Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction, there is considerable space for disillusionment: the implementation proves challenging, and progress does not suffice for achieving the ...
COME RES- Community Energy for the uptake of RES in the electricity sector. Connecting long-term visions with short-term actions
Maria Rosaria Di Nucci
Sep 01, 2020 — Feb 28, 2023
Project partners Freie Universität Berlin – Environmental Policy Research Centre, Germany (Coordination) Asociación Canaria de Energías Renovables (ACER), Spain Becker, Büttner & Held (bbh), Germany Center for International Climate Research (CICERO), Norway ...
Memory Energy Transition
Environmental Policy Research Center
Dr. Maria Rosaria Di Nucci, Dr. Klaus Müschen
Partners: Ökoinstitut Federal Environment Agency Agentur für Erneuerbare Energien Wuppertal Institut u.v.e The process of a societal Energy Transition is an undertaking that lasts for decades. To learn from the events experienced during ...
SUSTAIN IT! Initiative for Sustainability + Climate Protection
Kathrin Henße Leyla Ayas
Sep 01, 2010
The initative SUSTAIN IT! has the comprehensive goal of discussing local and global questions of sustainability in the fields of politics, science, economics, adminstration, technology, society and education. Moreover, we want to contribute to making the Freie Universität Berlin a "greener" ...
Scientific Coordination of the Funding Priority Sustainable Economy (NaWiKo)
Project partners: Ecologic Institute, Fraunhofer ISI
TRends In Global Governance and Europe’s Role (TRIGGER)
Dr. Klaus Jacob
Nov 01, 2018 — Dec 31, 2021
The European Union is a multi-dimensional, constantly changing player in global governance. Depending on the policy area, the EU has different levels of “actorness” and “powers”. The EU evolves by featuring different multi-level governance arrangements in different sectors and policy ...
Evaluation des Umweltinformationsgesetzes (UIG) – Analyse der Anwendung der Regelungen des UIG und Erschließung von Optimierungspotentialen für einen ungehinderten und einfachen Zugang zu Umweltinformationen
Nov 01, 2016 — May 31, 2019
Projektbeschreibung Das deutsche Umweltinformationsgesetz (UIG) ist in Form einer retrospektiven Gesetzesfolgenabschätzung zu evaluieren. Dabei ist zu untersuchen, ob die gesetzlichen Ziele des UIG, für einen freien Zugang zu Umweltinformationen bei informationspflichtigen Stellen sowie für ...
Evaluation, monitoring and adaptation of existing programmes and further development of the National Climate Initiative (NKI)
Dr. Maria Rosaria Di Nucci , Dr. Klaus Jacob, Dr. Kerstin Tews
Jul 01, 2015 — Jun 30, 2019
Project partners: Öko Institut e.V., IFEU, Prognos, Hochschule Karlsruhe, Dr. Ziesing, Prof. Dr. Klinski
Methods and measures to deal with socio-technical challenges in storage and disposal of radioactive waste management
Environmental Policy Research Centre
PD Dr. Achim Brunnengräber
Apr 01, 2017 — Apr 30, 2020
How to carry out the site selection, construction, and operation of a final repository especially for high-level radioactive waste? How to organize the long-term interim storage, which is necessary until this final repository is built? Scientists and technologists contribute considerably to ...
Policy Scenarios of Resource Policy
Feb 01, 2017 — Sep 01, 2019
Partner: Fraunhofer ISI, Forum Ökologisch-Soziale Marktwirtschaft (FÖS)
Schüleruni Nachhaltigkeit und Klimaschutz
Environmental Policy Research Centre, Freie Universität Berlin
Sep 01, 2011 — Oct 01, 2015
Research Focus: Environmental education
Socio-ecological transformation of the food-system
Nov 01, 2017 — Sep 30, 2019
Partner: NAHhaft e.V., Albert-Ludwig-Universität
The political economy of e–mobility. An analysis on the potentials and obstacles in the transformation to a sustainable transport policy in Germany and the European Union
Environmental Policy Research Centre
PD Dr. Achim Brunnengräber
Nov 01, 2017 — Apr 30, 2021
In the last years, numerous technical, social and political impulses have been set for an expansion of electro-mobility. The technological progress of providers such as Tesla, the introduction of quotas for electric vehicles as in China, the so-called “diesel affair” or the imposed ban on new ...
WinWind - Winning social acceptance for wind energy in wind energy scarce regions
Forschungszentrum für Umweltpolitik
Dr. Maria Rosaria Di Nucci
Oct 01, 2017 — Mar 31, 2020
Project partners Freie Universität Berlin – Environmental Policy Research Centre, Germany (Coordination) Canary Association of Renewable Energies (ACER), Spain Center for International Climate and Environmental Research (CICERO), Norway Ecoazioni, Italy ECORYS ...
„Keeping a cool head in hot times“: How "governance by integrative visions" (GoIngVis) can support cities in achieving heat risk resilience
Oct 01, 2018 — Sep 30, 2021
Climate change affects cities in various ways and requires the development of new strategies to adapt to extreme weather events. To date, strategies for small towns have not been addressed sufficiently enough in adaptation to research and politics. In contrast, almost all major cities have created ...