“Informing policy on the energy transition, climate action and the blue economy by increasing and improving the scientific evidence base for policy-makers.”
Informing policy on the energy transition, climate action, and the blue economy by increasing and improving the scientific evidence base for policy-makers.
Our researchers aim to provide the necessary evidence base to inform the development of key national and EU policies, support Government in the negotiation of policy at an EU-level, and inform the implementation of EU Directives and regulations. We work to build upon this capacity and expertise to assist Government in converting the policy goals into concrete actions and measures. Our research has helped to inform the All of Government Plan on Climate Action, the National Mitigation Plan, the National Adaptation Framework, and the Climate Dialogue, and the Harnessing Our Ocean Wealth strategy.
We continue to assist the Government in policy negotiations with the EU and in meeting requirements of EU Directives and regulations (e.g. Birds and Habitats Directives, Marine Strategy and Spatial Planning Directives and Renewable Energy Directives and Climate Action Regulations). We are working to expand our policy-focussed research and stakeholder engagement models to facilitate participatory action and involvement from civil society. We strive to provide the necessary support and evidence base to inform policy on the Energy Transition, Climate Action, and the Blue Economy, by building on our unique capacity and established national and international policy support role.
Objective 1: Develop internal capacity to provide expanded and enriched policy-focussed research
Objective 2: Continue to inform National and International policy and practice with regard to the Energy Transition, Climate Action, and the Blue Economy
Objective 3: Engage with key stakeholder groups, including civil society and Government, to develop capacity and facilitate participatory action and training in key policy areas
On Wednesday the 19th of October MaREI researcher Dr Paul Deane in ERI at University College Cork presented to the Joint Committee on European Union Affairs about Engagement on the EU-level policy response to current energy security issues in Europe.
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The CAPACITY project will further develop and update tools to facilitate insights and robust decision making about the appropriate long-term decarbonisation pathway for Ireland.Find out More
A new paper from MaREI at University College Cork looks at how energy modellers could integrate more diverse perspectives on possible and preferred futures into the modelling process.View