Green transistion measures such as urban densificaiton are leading to the demoliton of affordable housing and to the displacement of lower-income people. © ETH Wohnforum – ETH CASE / Jennifer Duyne Barenstein

Dr. Jennifer Duyne Barenstein | ETH Wohnforum – ETH CASE

ReHousIn: Contextualized Pathways to Reduce Housing Inequalities in the Green and Digital Transition

Together with ten European partners, the ETH Wohnforum and SPUR of ETH Zurich are investigating the complex relationship between green transition initiatives and housing inequalities in urban and rural contexts across ten European countries, including Switzerland. The EU Horizon project ReHousin aims to develop innovative policy recommendations for better context-sensitive integration between environmentally sustainable interventions and socially inclusive housing. It focuses on the impact of policies aiming to achieve climate neutrality by 2050 on access to adequate and affordable housing.

March 2024 – February 2027 | EU Horizon Project