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 […]
The 26th STRN newsletter (December 2017) is available now. Many thanks for all your contributions!
It is with great pleasure that we launch the Call for Submissions to the 9th International Sustainability Transitions (IST) 2018 Conference. IST2018 will be hosted by the Sustainable Consumption Institute (SCI) and Manchester Institute of Innovation Research (MIOIR), in association with the Sustainable Transition Research Network (STRN). The conference will […]
The 25th STRN newsletter (September 2017) is available now. Many thanks for all your contributions!
The 24th STRN newsletter is available now.
The STRN steering group welcomes Floortje Alkemade (TU Eindhoven), Anna Bergek (Chalmers University) and Susan Mühlemeier (EPFL Lausanne, special representative for the ‘PhDs in transitions’ network) as new members. We also congratulate Anna Wieczorek and Jonathan Köhler on being re-elected. With 24 applications, we had an overwhelming response to this […]
The 23rd STRN newsletter of March 2017 is now available.