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From lock down to lock in?

COVID-19, changing social practices and transitioning to sustainable lifestyles


A brief introduction

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted everyday life in over 200 other countries. In attempts to contain the virus outbreak, governments have restricted the freedom of movement of citizens. There is no lack in news on COVID-19 but there is certainly a need for more social research surrounding it.

Our aim is to uncover social and cultural differentiation in impacts of the pandemic on citizens’ everyday lives.

The background, objectives, approaches, and output/relevance of this research can be explored through the ‘About the research’ section.

This project is being led and coordinated by the Environmental Policy Group (Wageningen University) and involves an international collaboration with consumption scholars across Europe, Asia and the USA. See who is on the team through the ‘Who are we?’ section.


Focusing on everyday food and mobility practices

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