Research projects, including PhD projects, that CET is a partner in.
Ongoing PhD projects at CET.
The project aims to produce insights that can support the just, accountable governance of multi-scalar energy transitions in financially constrained contexts.
CINTRAN explores the challenges of structural change in response to decarbonisation in carbon-intensive regions.
This project explores the main governance factors driving the co-creation of an innovative circular economy for reduced consumption.
The project provides authorities with concrete evaluation tools for regulating freight transportation in smaller cities.
The project explores new democratic governance methods in the design and implementation of effective and socially just climate policies that emerge in the face of climate protests.
This project sets out to analyze consequences for political, administrative and science-based processes in environmental policy.
Klimabudsjett 2.0 develops local climate budgets in line with the ambitions of the Paris agreement, and covers important knowledge gaps in this field of research.
MANIFEST maps the future for feasible climate action and explores our understanding of whether and under what conditions it is feasible to avoid dangerous climate change.
Exploring the role of temporal frames in enabling and impeding democratic and equitable transitions towards sustainable futures.
The project seeks to establish sustainable models for increasing the health and wellbeing of citizens (children, young people, middle age, elderly) that are exposed to diverse climatic conditions and challenges around Europe.
The goal of this project is to analyze the factors that affect trust in science, as well as the prevalence and predictors of science-related populist attitudes across countries.
Completed projects, including Ph.D theses, conducted at CET.