Why are social sciences important? What could be done to integrate them more in future energy policies? What are you priorities and expectations from the new Horizon Europe famework? Why do we need to take social and human aspects along when developing climate and energy policiy and how can we do that? These are some of the questions that Friends of Europe made to Xavier Troussard (Director of Competences at the European Commission Joint Research Centre) Michaël Gillis (Chief Strategy, Legal, Regulatory & Public Affairs Officer, ENGIE Benelux) and Kathleen Van Brempt (Member of the European Parliament) and you can see their answers here.
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