AT A GLANCE
Over the last decades, public intervention to address collective problems has been enlarged, challenged by the emergence of new needs, demands, and socio-economic risks. In front of new challenges and unsolved old problems, policy-making and public service delivery have also been gradually evolving towards more inclusive governance models. On the other hand, the European Institutions have encouraged the promotion of participatory approaches in the delivery of public policies, in particular in the field of ESI funds.
In this context, the project was designed to generate and disseminate shared, structured, and constructive knowledge on participatory governance in the field of sustainable energy, through an intense process of dialogue and communication among policymakers, civil society actors and practitioners.
- Explore existing models of participatory governance in the field of sustainable energy, by drawing together theoretical knowledge and on-the-ground experiences;
- Deliberate on the main critical points for boosting participatory governance to achieve better outcomes in the field of sustainable energy;
- Produce an interactive knowledge tool on participatory governance in sustainable energy for raising awareness among public administrators about different alternative participatory approaches, methodologies and tools;
- Communicate and disseminate shared knowledge on participatory governance in sustainable energy.
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