Sustainability Transition Assessment (STA)
In Sustainability Transition Assessment (STA) we aim to better understand societal responses to environmental challenges, evaluate their effectiveness, and estimate their impacts on the environment. STA relates to sustainability transitions in the industrial and energy sectors, where climate neutrality and circularity require the transformation of large industrial clusters and the implementation of new technologies that are not yet competitive, fully developed, or have generated societal awareness and support. We develop, test, and improve methods for evaluating the environmental impacts of new technologies, assess societal readiness and improve societal engagement.
- 2017 - 2019 The ACT Acorn project brings together researchers from the Netherlands, Norway and the UK to take a carbon capture and storage (CCS) project in north east Scotland from proof-of-concept towards full design studies. More information
- 2016 - 2020 The Horizon2020 project SIM4NEXUS aims to address knowledge and technology gaps in the water, energy, land, food, and climate nexus, and thereby facilitate improved policies for the Nexus. The project will deliver a Serious Game, a cloud-based, integrated tool for testing and evaluation of policy decisions through case studies. More information
Last update: 29th of August 2019