Innovation Pathways, Strategies and Policies for the Low-Carbon Transition in Europe

About the project

INNOPATHS is a four year EU funded research project that aims to work with key economic and societal actors to generate new, state-of-the-art low-carbon pathways for the European Union.

Our outputs

Professor Paul Ekins talks about the INNOPATHS project and our need to decarbonise using the four pathways outlined by this project.

Professor Elena Verdolini talks about innovation in technology that can support a prosperous economy without generating too many greenhouse gas emissions.

Friedemann Polzin talks about the financial means required to achieve a carbon-neutral economy by 2050.

Latest activities

Project overview

INNOPATHS aims to deliver a proposal for a low-carbon strategy for the EU that can be effectively implemented, accepted and well-managed.

Partners

The consortium includes 15 organisations from 8 European Member States, plus Switzerland. Each are leaders in innovation and low-carbon transition research and communication.

Key Outputs

INNOPATHS will create four innovative online tools to explain its pathways, technological transitions and policies.