Environmental Transition

Understanding the complexity of phenomena

Environmental transition mobilises basic science, participatory science, in addition to interdisciplinary dialogue and relations with civil society and policy makers.

Climate change is not only a fact to be interpreted, analysed and understood, it is also a reality to be integrated to accompany the upheavals and transitions that it entails. By choosing environmental transition as an interdisciplinary issue, our research units mobilise a wide range of skills to understand the complexity of these phenomena, to inform the decisions to be taken and to propose solutions, hence constituting a real laboratory for experimenting with different research practices and stances.