The I-CHANGE (Individual Change of HAbits Needed for Green European transition) project faces the challenge of engaging and promoting the active participation of citizens for addressing climate change, sustainable development and environmental protection in the framework of the European Green Deal, the European Climate Pact and the European Biodiversity Strategy for 2030. The overall driving concept is that citizens and civil society have a central role in the definition of environmental protection and climate action and their direct involvement is essential to drive a true shift and promotion of changes of behaviors towards more sustainable patterns. I-CHANGE represents a change of paradigm achievable through a multi-disciplinary and participatory approach: improvement of data usability - citizen awareness raises through the observation of the environmental impacts of human activities; active participation of citizens - the active involvement of citizens through a set of Living Labs (LLs) located in different socio-economic contexts; climate change awareness – the development of clear understanding for citizens of the scientific processes underlying climate change and environmental protections.
- Responsibility of all the tasks developed in the project in collaboration with the Meteorological Service of Catalonia (SMC) as well as all the tasks that require the use and applications of the meteorological radar.
- Responsible of the UB contribution in WP4 “Observation, integration and interoperability of data”
- Development of the tasks related with severe weather, heavy precipitation, and floods in the Metropolitan Area of Barcelona (AMB) in WP1 “Knowledge synthesis on climate change and sustainable behaviors”, WP2 “Living lab setup and management” and WP3 “Enhancing monitoring opportunities through citizen science”.
- Participation, as a minimum, in one international congress per year.
- Publication, as a minimum, of two papers in Q1 journals.
- Development of the PhD on Meteorology
FBG project number
Individual Change of HAbits Needed for Green European transition I-CHANGE
María del Carmen Llasat Botija
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María del Carmen Llasat Botija
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