Here are some related projects and reports which we’ve been following and contributing to.
Deliberative processes on climate and energy: national
Climate Assembly UK (CAUK)
French Convention Citoyenne pour le Climat (CCC)
Irish Citizens’ Assembly
Scotland’s Climate Assembly
Assessment of CAUK and the French CCC from CAST
Parliament commissioned evaluation of CAUK
Deliberative processes on climate and energy: local
Leeds Climate Change Citizens’ Jury
Camden Citizens’ Assembly on the Climate Crisis
Oxford Citizens’ Assembly on Climate Change
Lancaster District People’s Jury
Brighton & Hove Climate Assembly
Kendal Climate Citizens’ Jury
Guides and briefings
This briefing, by Shared Future and Lucy Stone, is a great resource, explaining why and how local areas might use deliberative processes to provide vital input into their climate strategy.
CAST has produced a briefing paper on climate change citizens’ assemblies.
‘Getting Climate Citizens’ Assemblies Right’ is an interesting blog by Claire Mellier and Rich Wilson, comparing the UK and French Assemblies.
The UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC) hosts a Societal Engagement Observatory, tracking public engagement in energy and net-zero transitions.
The European Climate Foundation is hosting the Knowledge Network on Climate Assemblies (KNOCA), an initiative to bring together learnings and expertise from different citizens’ assemblies, share and structure best practice knowledge, and foster further understanding and debate of how deliberative processes are and can be applied to address the climate crisis.
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