These reports are the public deliverables for the ClairCity project, as required by the European Union Horizon 2020 grant agreement. You can also see a selection of our presentations.
A crucial aspect of the research development in ClairCity is the application and integration of sociological theories into quantitative analysis approaches on air quality and carbon management. To support this work, we produced a report summarising the state of integration thus far in the field and identified gaps in the academic literature. Read our blog post or download the full report. D3.1 Review of Social Science in Air Quality and Carbon Management
The ClairCity data portal can be found at https://claircitydata.cbs.nl/
The presentations from the public day are available here: link to the presentations.
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