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AWE officially part of the German Renewable Energy Act

In a groundbreaking leap towards a greener future, the European airborne wind energy sector celebrates the inclusion of Airborne Wind Energy (AWE) in the German Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG). This move, spearheaded by Airborne Wind Europe, marks […]

Insights from our Dutch and Danish case studies

In our search for successful participatory practices, just and effective governance and bottom-up initiatives, we have conducted seven regional case studies, across seven countries: The Netherlands, Denmark, Spain, Portugal, Slovenia, Germany, and Bulgaria. he findings and insights collected were […]

From nanoworld to the complexities of sustainability: interview with Miquel Sierra i Montoya

We had the privilege of sitting down with Miquel Sierra i Montoya, a researcher whose journey has taken him from the intricate world of lab work and nanotechnology to the forefront of sustainability research, where he’s currently working […]

JustWind4All Consortium Meeting in Estoril, Portugal: Reflecting, Planning and Connecting

In the picturesque coastal town of Estoril, Portugal, the JustWind4All consortium recently gathered for the annual in-person consortium meeting. The venue, surrounded by breathtaking ocean views, set the stage for a three-day event that combined reflection on past […]

Supporting and hindering factors that influence social acceptance and commitment to wind energy project

The acronym NIMBY refers to the English phrase “Not in my backyard” and it is defined in The Oxford English Dictionary as: “an attitude attributed to people who object to the siting of something they consider harmful or […]

JustWind4All and WIMBY to co-host a session


On March 29, we held an expert workshop in the region of Catalunya in Spain to better understand the regional barriers to wind energy. The practical insights provided by the diverse experts from industry, policy, NGOs and community […]

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