Low Carbon Societies Research Network (LCS-RNet)

LCS-RNet is a practical platform of researchers/research organisations that are making close contributions to individual countries’ low-carbon policy-making processes.
The basic nature of LCS-RNet is a platform to support and encourage information sharing and voluntary cooperation among research institutions, specifically in the field of LCS research. LCS-RNet also facilitates interactions between researchers and various stakeholders and delivers its findings to policy-makers to assist in science-based policy making during transitions to low-carbon societies.

Objectives of LCS-RNet

  • Promotion of information exchange and research cooperation that cover various issues relating to lowcarbon societies,
  • Promotion of understanding about LCS through dialogues between researchers and various stakeholders including policy-makers, businesses, citizens and others to share national and sub-national visions on low-carbon societies, and
  • Cntribution to international policy-making processes on climate change including G8 process by providing research outcomes and recommendations.

Platform of LCS research

The basic nature of LCS-RNet is a platform to support and encourage information sharing and voluntary cooperation among research institutions specifically in the field of LCS research. LCS-RNet also facilitate the interaction between researchers and various stakeholders, and delivers their findings to policy-makers to assist science-based policy making in transitioning to low-carbon societies.

Non-binding network

LCS-RNet is a non-binding network, and its activities and outcomes are independent from official views of any governments, and while policy relevant, should not be policy prescriptive. Participation in the Network will not hamper individual research activities in any way, but to enhance them.

Latest News

LCS-RNet held its sixth Annual Meeting on Oct 1 and 2 at Rome, Italy.  90 participants from 11 countries and three international organizations attended the LCS-RNet meeting. The LCS-RNet Rome meeting synthesis report has recently been published and is available here.

Low Carbon Societies Research Network (LCS-RNet)

LCS-RNet is a practical platform of researchers/research organisations that are making close contributions to individual countries’ low-carbon policy-making processes.
The basic nature of LCS-RNet is a platform to support and encourage information sharing and voluntary cooperation among research institutions, specifically in the field of LCS research. LCS-RNet also facilitates interactions between researchers and various stakeholders and delivers its findings to policy-makers to assist in science-based policy making during transitions to low-carbon societies.

Objectives of LCS-RNet

  • Promotion of information exchange and research cooperation that cover various issues relating to lowcarbon societies,
  • Promotion of understanding about LCS through dialogues between researchers and various stakeholders including policy-makers, businesses, citizens and others to share national and sub-national visions on low-carbon societies, and
  • Cntribution to international policy-making processes on climate change including G8 process by providing research outcomes and recommendations.

Platform of LCS research

The basic nature of LCS-RNet is a platform to support and encourage information sharing and voluntary cooperation among research institutions specifically in the field of LCS research. LCS-RNet also facilitate the interaction between researchers and various stakeholders, and delivers their findings to policy-makers to assist science-based policy making in transitioning to low-carbon societies.

Non-binding network

LCS-RNet is a non-binding network, and its activities and outcomes are independent from official views of any governments, and while policy relevant, should not be policy prescriptive. Participation in the Network will not hamper individual research activities in any way, but to enhance them.

Latest News

LCS-RNet held its sixth Annual Meeting on Oct 1 and 2 at Rome, Italy.  90 participants from 11 countries and three international organizations attended the LCS-RNet meeting. The LCS-RNet Rome meeting synthesis report has recently been published and is available here.

- See more at: http://www.ukerc.ac.uk/international.html#sthash.PRpo7ReH.dpuf

Low Carbon Societies Research Network (LCS-RNet)

LCS-RNet is a practical platform of researchers/research organisations that are making close contributions to individual countries’ low-carbon policy-making processes.
The basic nature of LCS-RNet is a platform to support and encourage information sharing and voluntary cooperation among research institutions, specifically in the field of LCS research. LCS-RNet also facilitates interactions between researchers and various stakeholders and delivers its findings to policy-makers to assist in science-based policy making during transitions to low-carbon societies.

Objectives of LCS-RNet

  • Promotion of information exchange and research cooperation that cover various issues relating to lowcarbon societies,
  • Promotion of understanding about LCS through dialogues between researchers and various stakeholders including policy-makers, businesses, citizens and others to share national and sub-national visions on low-carbon societies, and
  • Cntribution to international policy-making processes on climate change including G8 process by providing research outcomes and recommendations.

Platform of LCS research

The basic nature of LCS-RNet is a platform to support and encourage information sharing and voluntary cooperation among research institutions specifically in the field of LCS research. LCS-RNet also facilitate the interaction between researchers and various stakeholders, and delivers their findings to policy-makers to assist science-based policy making in transitioning to low-carbon societies.

Non-binding network

LCS-RNet is a non-binding network, and its activities and outcomes are independent from official views of any governments, and while policy relevant, should not be policy prescriptive. Participation in the Network will not hamper individual research activities in any way, but to enhance them.

Latest News

LCS-RNet held its sixth Annual Meeting on Oct 1 and 2 at Rome, Italy.  90 participants from 11 countries and three international organizations attended the LCS-RNet meeting. The LCS-RNet Rome meeting synthesis report has recently been published and is available here.

- See more at: http://www.ukerc.ac.uk/international.html#sthash.PRpo7ReH.dpuf