Lost in transition? Directions for an economic geography of urban sustainability transitions
S Fastenrath, B Braun
Sustainability (Switzerland) | MDPI AG | Published : 2018
Socio-technical transitions towards more sustainable modes of production and consumption are receiving increasing attention in the academic world and also from political and economic decision-makers. There is increasing demand for resource-efficient technologies and institutional innovations, particularly at the city level. However, it is widely unclear how processes of change evolve and develop and how they are embedded in different socio-spatial contexts. While numerous scholars have contributed to the vibrant research field around sustainability transitions, the geographical expertise largely has been ignored. The lack of knowledge about the role of spatial contexts, learning processes, a..View full abstract
Awarded by German Research Foundation
Awarded by National Research Fund Luxembourg (FNR)
This work was funded by the German Research Foundation (Grant number: BR 1678/12-1); and the National Research Fund Luxembourg (FNR) (Grant number: INTER_DFG/12-01/GreenRegio).