Deliverable 3.1 completed – End of the project!

Deliverable 3.1 completed – End of the project!

So here we are! Two years have passed since I left for the US and now I am “celebrating” the completion of the project, which formally ends today. Well, time flies!

As anticipated in the last post, in these days I quickly revised the SDG paper (which will still need some work in the future) and assembled Deliverable 3.1, which – similarly to D2.1 – is essentially the union of the abovementioned paper with the article concerning climate participation, simply with the addition of a brief introduction.

This is the last post of my two-year logbook, but a conclusive post of the whole project will indeed appear soon. In fact, in the next weeks I will create the Output section, where I will report the scientific outcome of the project. In particular, you will find:

  1. the newsletter, that I will circulate in the next weeks and that will contain a new cartoon-video, similar to the one that you appreciated at the beginning of the project 🙂
  2. the deliverables
  3. the papers, that I will further elaborate in the coming months, obviously starting from the draft version reported in the deliverables.

Concerning the last point, along with the papers directly related to the project, I will also report two papers from PATHWAYS, a EU-FP7 project to which I collaborated before MERCURY ( PATHWAYS explored transition routes for mitigation towards sustainable, low-carbon Europe, coupling three approaches: Integrated Assessment Modeling, socio-technical transition studies, and Initiative-Based Learning. The research activities of this project ended in November 2016, while 2017 and 2018 were dedicated to drafting the relevant papers, which will appear in a Special Issue to be published in 2019 on Technological Forecasting and Social Change. Similarly to what I did for the solar PV research within ADVANCE, I decided to include this activity within the MERCURY project because the two projects share common objectives, especially with regard to the analysis of low-carbon energy scenarios in Europe. I never talked about these papers because they did not directly regard my project, but since I dedicated some time to them in these two years and they report the MERCURY acknowledgement, I think it is correct to explicitly report them as well.

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