Never before has there been a stronger global focus on solving the pressing sustainability challenges, but the expected positive societal impact will not be achieved unless rebound effects are prevented.

 

REBOUNDLESS aims to enable a paradigm shift for preventing rebound effects through novel methodologies, simulation models and strategies for the design of reboundless solutions.

FOCUS AREAS

We focus on four main human needs, which account for three quarters of the global carbon footprint.

housing

nutrition

mobility

consumables

TEAM

Our interdisciplinaty team is composed of core researchers, associated researchers and guest researchers.
daniela pigosso

Principal Investigator

 
elise andrew

PhD researcher

 
ASGER Elung-Jensen

Student assistant

 
matilde Petersen

Coordination support

daniel guzzo

Postdoc Researcher

 
IGOR OLIVEIRA 

PhD researcher

 
Jakob poulsen

Student assistant

 
marina aguiar

Collaborating PhD researcher

tim mcaloone

Professor

 
IMKE VAN DER LOO

PhD student

 
marie brink-jensen

Student assistant

 
 

NEWS

INFORMATIONEN ARTICLE

Our principal investigator, Daniela Pigosso was recently featured in an article by the Danish newspaper Dagbladet Information.
 
In the news piece, Daniela talked about how good intentions may lead to greater consumption, the role of direct and indirect rebound effects, and how REBOUNDLESS intends to pave the way towards a zero percent ‘rebound’.

The discussions there are based on our upcoming study co-authored by Elise Andrew and Daniela Pigosso, which shows that 47% of potential sustainability gains are not realised due to rebound effects.

You can access the article through the link below. 
 

FUNDING

 
 

Co-funded by the European Union (ERC, REBOUNDLESS, 101043931). Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Research Council. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.