The first impact factor of Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions (EIST) is 5.265 (for 2017). Many thanks to Jeroen van den Bergh, Maurie Cohen, Harald Rohracher and Bernhard Truffer for their continuous support for the journal! And, of course, many thanks to all of you reading and publishing in EIST. […]
The 28th STRN newsletter (June 2018) is available now. Many thanks for all your contributions!
I’m sure a few of you are interested in cross-national indicators on environment and innovation .. The Green Horizons Scoreboard is a key result of the a 5-year RECREATE project, a transnational supporting action for the European Commission. The Green Horizons Scoreboard provides indicators on eleven different environmental innovation systems […]
The 10th International Sustainability Transitions conference will be held from 23-26 June 2019 in Ottawa, Canada. Conference theme: Accelerating sustainability transitions: Building visions, unlocking pathways, navigating conflicts Conference organizers are James Meadowcroft and Daniel Rosenbloom Conference website (will be completed and updated in the coming months)
In this year’s SG election, Jonas Torrens and Julius Wesche have been elected as new ERC members of the STRN steering group. Lea Fünfschilling, Florian Kern and Bruno Turnheim were re-elected as senior members. We thank all candidates for their applications and congratulate the new-elected members!
The conference program of IST 2018 is now available Conference website IST Conference Programme (pdf) Many thanks to the conference organizers!
The 27th STRN Newsletter (March 2018) is available now. Many thanks for all your contributions!
The Elsevier journal Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions (EIST), associated with STRN, has been accepted by Clarivate (part of Thomson Reuters) to be included in the “Master Journal List”, covering all journal titles in the Web of Science. It means EIST will obtain an ‘official’ impact factor (IF), likely to be published […]
The Call for Abstracts for the 3rd NEST conference in Utrecht has brought about a major increase in submissions: in total we have received 116 submitted abstracts! This can be seen as a sign that Sustainability Transitions Research is growing into a well-known and respected research field. However, the organising […]
After more than a year of collecting, writing and revising a large variety of contributions, STRN is happy to present the new research agenda document. It contains concise reviews and outlooks for sustainability transitions research on 9 sub-themes. Understanding transitions; Power, agency and politics; Governing transitions; Civil society, culture […]