FSR Climate will soon start working on the EU project INNOPATHS – Innovation pathways, strategies and policies for the Low-Carbon Transition in Europe, funded under the
Horizon 2020 research programme. Coordinated by the University College London (UCL), the project will officially start on 1 December 2016 and will last for four years.
In alignment with the priorities of the Paris Agreement, where world leaders expressed the commitment to stabilise the average level of global warming at 1.5-2oC, INNOPATHS will work with key economic and societal actors to generate new enhanced low-carbon pathways for the European Union, taking full account of the economic, social and environmental impacts to which they are likely to lead.
A project web site will be available and linked from the FSR Climate web site.