HOPE is drawing to a close. The results of the project were presented at the final HOPE policy-science workshop on 28 - 29 May 2018 in Brussels, at the Belgian Science Policy office (BELSPO).During two days, politicians, public employees, researchers, and members of civil society exchanged their views on how to best proceed. This was intended to strengthen a dialog between different layers of society and politics to reach the 1.5°C goal of the Paris Climate Agreement.
You will find here below to be freely downloaded the final versions of the briefing sheets synthesising the main results of the project.
BS#1: What were the HOPE methods to study household preferences for reducing greenhouse gas emissions?
Download: HOPE Brief 1 Methods
BS#2: Which mitigation actions are households willing to implement?
Download: HOPE Brief 2 Preferences
BS#3: What are the reasons behind households’ preferences for reducing greenhouse gas emissions?
Download: HOPE Brief 3 Reasons
BS#4: What role do health co-benefits play in households’ decision-making?
Download: HOPE Brief 4 Health
BS#5: How can policies enable households to contribute to the 1.5°C goal?
Download: HOPE Brief 5 Policy
For more information please see the project website https://hope-project.net