The PSLifestyle Living Labs continue their journey. Join us to co-create 100 actions for a sustainable and good life!
31 August 2022
Turning down the heat, cycling more often or reducing food waste – we all have countless opportunities to reduce our personal carbon footprint. Yet, the question is how to identify which actions have the biggest impact and how to turn them into long-lasting habits. This is what the upcoming PSLifestyle Living Labs workshops are about. Very soon in the second half of September, together with people from 8 European countries (the project’s pilot areas: Portugal, Finland, Estonia, Germany, Slovenia, Italy, Greece and Turkey) we will identify and co-create 100 actions for a sustainable and good life across key areas such as housing, food, mobility and consumption.
A major goal of the workshop is to gather as many perspectives as possible – which actions fit to which living contexts, how to integrate sustainability into specific lifestyles, what valuable lessons could be borrowed from other cases. There will be plenty of room for exchange, learning as well as brainstorming.
Throughout a series of workshops, the PSLifestyle project aims to enable individuals to co-create 100 actions for a sustainable life, which will then be embedded into the PSL tool. The tool will be an asset to people all over Europe not only to calculate their consumption carbon footprint but also make concrete plans to reduce it. The PSL tool is currently being developed together with the PSLifestyle Living Labs participants and it will be launched in 2023 throughout the project’s pilot countries, before expanding in other European regions.
Are you an organisation that works with different social groups? As a key stakeholder, we invite you and your members to participate and share your thoughts. A diverse and inclusive exchange is our goal.
If you would like to get a glimpse of what to expect in such workshops, please read about the last two workshops that have already taken place throughout each pilot area in spring. Following those workshops, a new version of the PSL tool was created.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101037342.