11 August 2022
PSLifestyle Living Labs continue this September in the City of Ljubljana!
It’s been hot and busy summer for the PSLifestyle team in Slovenia! Circular Change and the City of Ljubljana have been intensively preparing for a lively working autumn that will bring us one step closer to the final version of the PSL...
25 July 2022
Playing for a good life - PSLifestyle explores citizen engagement through an innovative card game
On June 21st 2022, PSLifestyle partners' EuroHealthNet and CSCP were invited to contribute to the 24th Austrian Health Promotion Conference with a workshop on the theme of “health and equity co-benefits of citizen engagement in...
6 July 2022
How to Engage and Co-Create With Residents: Read about it in PSLifestyle's Newest Publications
The willingness of individuals to behave sustainably is greater today than ever before. However, although 72% of European consumers say they want to buy more sustainable products, only 17% actually do so*. This shows a clear gap between intention and...
30 June 2022
Our PSLifestyle Project Holds First Living Labs in 8 European Countries
More plant-based food, cycling rather than driving, less air travel – the standard approaches for more sustainable everyday behaviours are familiar to many of us. But which actions really help to reduce our individual environmental footprint...
22 June 2022
PSLifestyle Living Lab Ljubljana - Co-Creating a Good Life for All
Did you know the average Slovenian consumes almost 90kg of meat every year? We have to start talking about the sustainability of our everyday choices and take actions. Circular Change together with the team from City of Ljubljana organized the first...
1 June 2022
How PSLifestyle is using citizen science to achieve more sustainable lifestyles across Europe
Sustainability does not work if actors embark on individual journeys. This is why citizen science as an approach that relies on the collective participation of communities and the public has been growing in popularity in recent years. It is a method...
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101037342.