AdJUST – Advancing the Understanding of Challenges, Policy Options and Measures to Achieve a Just EU Energy Transition
- Geographical scope:Regional
- Time horizon:2022-2026
- Initial Release:October 2022
- Institution(s):CMCC - FONDAZIONE EURO-MEDITERRANEA SUI CAMBIAMENTI CLIMATICI (Co-ordinator); Ecologic, Institute for International and European Environmental Policy; UCL - University College London; Asociacion BC3 Basque Centre for Climate Change (bc3); Stiftelsen Frischsenteret for Samfunnsøkonomisk Forskning (Frisch); Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change (MCC); Asociatia Pur Si Simplu Verde; london school of economics and political science (LSE); Österreichische Forschungsstiftung Internationale Entwicklung (OEFSE); Instytut Ochrony Srodowiska - Panstwowy Instytut Badawkzy (OS-PIB); E3-Modelling AE (E3M); Confederatia Patronala Concordia; Consiliul Judetean Gorj; Consiliul Judetean Dolj; Consiliul Judetean Calarasi; Consiliul Judetean Hunedoara; Confederation Europeenne Des Syndicats ADF; Stichting Oxfam International; Consiliul Judetean Arges; Consiliul Judetean Suceava; Consiliul Judetean Botosani
- Users:Public bodies, industry, civil society and researchers
AdJUST is a project funded by the European Union’s Horizon Europe programme and carried out by a transdisciplinary European consortium consisting of 9 EU partners, 2 UK associated partners and other 11 EU associated partners. The objectives of AdJUST are to achieve a step change in societal understanding of the distributive repercussions of the transition to climate neutrality, and to identify effective and actively-supported policy interventions to accompany climate action so that no-one is left behind.
AdJUST engages European public bodies, industry, civil society and researchers—i.e. the quadruple helix—to design and promote a shared vision, inspiring them towards the common goal of achieving climate neutrality. It relies on state-of-the-art economic assessment tools, statistical analysis, and research approaches from other Social Sciences & Humanities (SSH) disciplines—including political science, business management, public administration, political theory, philosophy and ethics—to generate methodologically-sound research results on the full range of challenges of the just transition. These comprise technical, economic, and social/equity dimensions for firms, workers, households and public bodies, and the potential distributional impacts of the EU Green Deal, NextGenerationEU and Fit for 55—EU Packages. AdJUST thus combines research approaches from complementary disciplines with a continuous social dialogue, ensuring that the project practices open science, models procedural justice, and builds understanding, trust and capacity among citizens and other stakeholders concerning the transition to climate neutrality.