KlimaAlltag – low carbon lifestyles in the zero emissions city✎
The project addressed different social classes, but also required balanced participation. Since recruitment of low-income and migrant households was seen as a possible difficulty, organisers sought the cooperation of welfare organisations and migrants associations. Other target households were identified through municipal companies. The participation of these intermediaries was essential.
Participating households had different expectations for the outcomes, which could not be foreseen or addressed in advance. By evaluating the results and clustering the outcomes, different aims were identified and considered in the subsequent consultation processes.
A tool of behavioural climate advice has been developed and tested in practice. This consultation follows a field of action overarching approach (mobility, nutrition, energy / residential) and aims at a more climate-friendly citizens' daily lives.