We should take note of this fresh study for our proposals. Like @matthias has recently argued, “behavioural change alone, together with established technology, can lead to a 80-90% reduction in most categories of consumption”. In light of this, the underinvestment in social solutions to climate change is staggering.
Between 1990 and 2018, the natural and technical sciences received 770% more funding than the social sciences for research on issues related to climate change. Only 0.12% of all research funding was spent on the social science of climate mitigation.