Book your place on our free webinar ‘Co-Creation in Practice: How Science, Cities and Citizens Tackle the Sustainable Heat Transition’ on 1st October 14:00 – 16:00 CET.
Even though heat accounts for a large proportion of worldwide carbon emissions and is the largest energy end-use, it has remained largely untouched by efforts to decarbonise. Efforts to do so meet significant economic, social-psychological, technical and even political challenges. Much is at stake. But what can make a difference? One increasingly discussed potential solution is co-creation. It provides spaces for citizens to share what heating means to them and for stakeholders to build these insights into their programmes for change.
In this webinar, we provide interactive, facilitated learning sessions drawing on European sustainable heating case studies from the UK, France, the Netherlands and Belgium, where co-creation is currently being applied.