In Three o’clock’s narrative, Participatory Design is a bundle of principles, praxis, methods, and tools that we continuously adjust and integrate into the collaborative workflows of Horizon Europe, Erasmus+, and B2B initiatives. This is how we roll to achieve the goal – building the capacity of a resilient society and a healthier Earth.
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2024 brings three new European research and innovation projects that have just kicked off for us. In these projects, we will be engaging with stakeholders, researching users’ needs, designing the User Experience and Interface of an app, and bringing science closer to people through awareness and impact communication.
At Three o’clock we’re using user research to better understand people’s behaviours as well as their worries and needs. While
Officially launched last week, nZEBRA will develop a new educational course focused on Climate Neutral Buildings.
We are delighted to introduce our seventh addition to the team, Evdokia, who joins us as Communication Manager. With her rich background in communication, politics, and international relations, Evdokia brings a wealth of experience and a fresh perspective to our work.
It’s been an eventful summer! With new projects on the horizon, Three o’clock is expanding, and our team is growing to meet the demands. We’ve recently welcomed two talented individuals, Carla and Jennifer, to our team.
The Nexus approach implements an integrated framework that recognises the interconnections between water, energy, food, and the environment to effectively utilise available resources.
Spring is a great time to try new things and make positive changes. The longer days and warmer weather make it an ideal time to step out of hibernation. If you’re looking for some inspiration, we’re sharing our list of things to read, play, visit and cook.
NEUTRALPATH will support Dresden and Zaragoza in achieving climate neutrality and zero pollution, with Istanbul, Ghent, and Vantaa closely following their example.
Three o’clock will be partnering in a new project SHERLOCK (Supporting tHe Energy tRansition of the buiLding stOCK), funded by the European Erasmus+ programme dedicated to education.
You might be hearing the term citizen science being used a lot lately. So, what is it exactly and why are we seeing this rise in its popularity?
There is no doubt that for many of us, the actions needed to combat climate change can be overwhelming and sometimes contradictory. Here is where the Climate Fresk comes in.
With the kids home for the holidays over this frosty season, we list some of our favourite activities to keep them busy, engaged and having fun!
We’ve had a busy run of it, with multiple new projects covering a wide variety of challenges, from the impact of climate change on zoonotic disease spread and water pollution, to renewable energy systems for cities, and frameworks to stimulate green energy transition in Africa.
From 14-17 November, over 2,200 attendees descended in Lisbon for the Transport Research Arena conference 2022, where we presented the DREEM project.
It’s been a whirlwind few months! New projects mean a growing business and new colleagues mean a growing team. We’ve been a team of five for about a month now and are happy to introduce our newest additions, Sasha and Olga.
Three o’clock turned two last March. And turning two meant it was time for us to look back at our achievements, the work we delivered and where we want to go.
Three o’clock is setting up 3 pilots to test a new three-wheel electric kickscooter (eks) and an inflatable helmet, as part of a European project dreemscooter.eu.
In the blink of an eye, it’s Spring! Time to sit and relax in the sun, and read one of our top books of the moment. We’ve put together a list of what we’ve been reading.
En Three o’clock ofrecemos un servicio de acompañamiento a las empresas que va desde la sensibilización al paso a la acción para poner nuestro granito de arena en la lucha contra el cambio climático.
In today’s market, you don’t have any other choice but to understand your users’ needs. This allows you to create products and services…
Recently we worked on an assignment that addresses the issue of energy poverty… and we discovered that there’s a lot of misinformation about it.
With Christmas approaching and the family reunions just around the corner, it’s time for the typical family questions…
The fall season started last month, and with restrictions back in many European cities, there’s no doubt we’ll be spending more time at home… again.
In the EU, individuals, communities, cities and local authorities are coming together as energy communities
How much land is dedicated to urban farming? How much food can you produce? How many urban farmers are there? In our second infographic, you’ll get an overview of urban farming worldwide.
Sunday 21 June marked a milestone in the history of France with a citizen participation process leading to the preparation of a law. Over nine months, 150 randomly selected citizens debated on the climate emergency
Trees in urban areas bring great benefits and have positive impacts on climate regulation, air quality, health and wellbeing.
The role of micromobility has traditionally been the solution for the first and last mile problems (the distance between a mobility hub and a departure or final destination point).
We strongly believe that people are the ones who hold the key to their answers. The COVID-19 crisis is proving no difference, with an incredible number of community-led responses emerging across different countries.