This Wiki serves as a complementary resource for detailed information surrounding the MyFairShare research project. More resources can also be found on the official MyFairShare website.
MyFairShare is a pan-European research project that builds on the sufficiency principles to change mobility habits through individual mobility budgets for social and ethical carbon reduction.
MyFairShare combines and expands relevant knowledge, data and models to construct a scheme for fair distribution of individual mobility budgets and identifies effective policy strategies. The concept is tested in six different Living Labs varying by scale (community – municipal – (trans)national) and scope (citizen level– transport management level – strategic development level). The resulting policy toolkits and guidelines support the introduction of socially acceptable mobility budgets on different governance levels, improving urban accessibility and transport equity.
Structure and Contents of the Wiki
The Wiki is organized into three main sections:
- Behavioural Focus: Here, the main influence factors on mobility behaviour are explained and how behaviour patterns can be changed. This area also contains descriptions of different behaviour types and how these need to be considered when developing strategies for changing behaviour.
- Contextual Focus: Provides background information on the six Living Labs, which have been conducted as part of the MyFairShare research project. Here, you find information on the political and governance framework, stakeholder interests and data resources which have been used during the Living Labs.
- Key Knowledge: This part contains explanations and further resources of theoretical concepts that are crucial to the MyFairShare research project.