Connect with EU 1.5° Lifestyles

Connect with EU 1.5° Lifestyles
Fig.1 How to connect with EU 1.5° Lifestyles

Where can you learn about the project and the project team, and how can you communicate and connect with us in the EU 1.5° Lifestyles project?


Our central website is the place if you want to see the latest on the progress of our research and all project related news and events.

We recently started a blog, where you can get insights on our research or read inspiring stories on a more personal level of individuals who already live 1.5° lifestyles.

By going to the “Ask the Experts” menu, use the opportunity to ask questions from the diverse set of experts we have on the 1.5°Lifestyles team, whether it is related to the complex issue of systems change, how policy solutions can support it and its critical state to achieve the 1.5° goal, or the role of the behavioural change. Check out the questions we already answered for inspiration.

Under the “About” menu item, you can get acquainted with the partner organisations and researchers from 7 countries.

Here, you can also read about how we walk the talk in the project consortium to reduce the inevitable environmental burden of our work.

train to Munster
Fig.2. Travelling to the project meeting by train


By navigating further to the events in the menu, you can see all the project related webinars, workshops and other type of events we share. Stay tuned for citizen thinking labs and other stakeholder events coming soon.

National websites

In addition to the central website, there is a national website in each of our partner countries.

Check out your national website to see the country specific news and events:

Social Media

On social media we educate, inspire and engage our followers related to the 1.5° Lifestyles project and more broadly related to climate change. Since we launched our social media platforms on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, we put in the spotlight several scientific papers, relevant events, like this panel discussion with the participation of our project coordinator, Dr. Doris Fuchs from WWU, Münster. We also called out our followers to do a carbon-fast with us before Easter or join a campaign to turn down the heating for climate and Ukraine.

Fig.3. Cigarrones on the Verin Carneval in Spain

One of our most popular post on Facebook was the article by Dr. Nadin Özçelik, member of the EU 1.5° Lifestyles team at the Universidade da Coruña, on how to reduce the environmental footprint of the carnival season.

We are continually sharing information about our events and the project results, so make sure you visit our platforms regularly, and follow our social media pages:  Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Anna Farady, GreenDependent Institute


Source of pictures:

  2. GreenDependent Institute