For a successful green transition, new and research-based knowledge is paramount. In this Nordic-Baltic initiative, the focus is on three topics which are all important in the work towards a just green transition.
The first topic calls for new insights on energy efficient, resilient, and sustainable food systems.
The second topic addresses the importance of including gender perspectives in the green transition, for it to be just, effective, and long-lasting.
The third topic concerns representation and legitimacy, focusing on democratic engagement and citizen-involvement in the green transition.
- Reid Hole, ERINN Innovation (Chair)
- Anna Kaijser, Formas
- Argo Peepson, Ministry of Regional Affairs and Agriculture, Estonia
- Bjarne Oppedal, Research Council of Norway
- Jens Peter Vittrup, Innovation Fund Denmark
- Katrin Saar, Estonian Research Council
- Aiko Nakano Hylander, Nordic Energy Research
- Kristín Hermannsdóttir, Rannís, Iceland
- Laura Kostelnickienè, Research Council of Lithuania
- Marianne Karlson, Swedish Energy Agency
- Pilvi Toppinen, Research Council of Finland