CICERO - Center for International Climate Research
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SUSTAIN

In January 2021, the Norwegian government presented an ambitious plan to reduce Norway's climate emissions by up to 55 percent by 2030 compared with 1990 (Ministry of Climate and Environment 2021). To achieve this, transport policy must support comprehensive emission reductions that are at the same time perceived as sufficiently fair that it can be maintained over time. This is the starting point in the collaborative project SUSTAIN.

Energy efficiency labels: how to make them useful for consumers?

The CONSEED project will examine how important energy efficiency information is when consumers buy a new electric appliance, a car or a house.

WinWind

WinWind hopes to trace wind development and increase the social acceptance of wind energy in wind energy scarce regions in Europe.

Why Do People Oppose Solutions to Climate Change?

Climate change gridlock is not from the absence of promising actions. It is a result of social and political failures. CICERO research is working to break this gridlock by showing how to overcome the barriers.