Our Research

The FULFILL team is always hard at work spreading the word about sufficiency!

Below, you will find all of our current published research findings for the project. You will also find a variety of resources on the FULFILL project, including an introductory leaflet in English, German, French, Danish, and Latvian. Lastly, our team has also published a variety of academic articles and has appeared in media around Europe as well as given presentations on what it means to be #sufficient!

FULFILL RESEARCH

Literature Review (D2.1)

Operative Definition and Indicators for Energy Sufficiency (D2.2)

Refinement of Research Design (D2.3)

Scenario Analysis Grid (D2.3)

Report on the first survey and identification of the sufficiency groups (D3.1)

In-depth analysis of highly sufficient lifestyles (D3.2)

Report on long term effects of sufficiency lifestyles and governance approaches for diffusion (D3.3)

Mapping of local Sufficiency Initiatives (D4.1)

Report on municipal sufficiency strategies and policies (D4.2)

Report on multiple effects of sufficiency lifestyles (D4.3)

Report on vertical and horizontal multilevel-governance: 5 case studies (D4.4)

Policy brief on findings from WP4 (D4.5)

From pioneering sufficiency lifestyles to a sufficiency society (D5.1)

Report on the comparative analysis of sufficiency policies (D5.2)

Visual Identity (D8.2)

Project Website (D8.3)

SUMMARY : Policy Brief on Initiatives

ABOUT FULFILL

ARTICLES AND MEDIA PUBLICATIONS

PRESENTATIONS ON SUFFICIENCY

For any additional information about this research or the project or if
you simply wish to get in touch with the researchers and the team, you can
directly contact us by email

Fiona Breucker

research fellow energy sufficiency, Jacques Delors Institute 

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EU funding acknowledgment This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101003656.

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