Transformational Adaptation, Tech & Policy Change for Environmental Sustainability

Dublin City University, academic partner to the RINNO project, this semester launched the ‘Climate and Environmental Sustainability’ BA programme. Antonia Egli speaks to Dr Darren Clarke, Environmental Geographer and Lecturer at DCU’s School of History & Geography, to better understand what it means to foster environmental sustainability in education, policy, and technology.

Watch Dr Darren Clarke’s full interview on how transformational adaptation, tech, and policy have the potential to shape environmental sustainability:


RINNO is a Horizon 2020 project that aims to considerably accelerate the rate of deep renovation in the EU by reducing the time, effort, and costs involved in deep renovation projects. In a collaborative effort of 17 partners from industry and academia, RINNO will deliver an open renovation platform for the integrated design and delivery of deep renovation projects.

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