More than 200 participants responded to our open call for evidence over April-July 2017. Would you like to know who these contributors are and what they think about the future of energy-SSH? We can tell
The European project “Social Sciences and Humanities for Advancing Policy in European Energy” (SHAPE ENERGY) will be hosting an international summer school on energy and social sciences and humanities.
How can different disciplines, from engineering to the social sciences and humanities, work together to address today’s energy challenges? Why are some research findings more easily adopted by policymakers than others? This interactive session
Global demand for energy will increase by almost 50% by the year 2040. Some of that demand is expected to be met by renewables, but a greater portion is likely to come from fossil fuels; oil, coal, and natural gas.