Collective action – or a group of people coming together to work collaboratively toward a common goal – is integral to social change. But what drives collective action initiatives to develop? And what is their potential to shape and advance the energy transition?
Join SONNET online on Friday, 23 April from 9:00–10:30 CEST as we team up with our ‘sister projects’ to explore these questions and more, drawing on insights from each of our research.
Hear from SONNET’s own Adélie Ranville (Grenoble École de Management), as she digs into what we have learned from studying energy cooperatives in France, Germany and Switzerland. She will speak alongside experts from the COMETS, SocialRES, and NEWCOMERS projects, in a session moderated by NEWCOMERS partner Dr. Julia Blasch (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam).
This session is part of the 6th European Conference on Behaviour Change for Energy Efficiency (BEHAVE 2020-2021). To learn from SONNET and our ‘sisters’, register for BEHAVE 2020-2021 here.
Click here to register now.