The 23rd STRN newsletter of March 2017 is now available here.
The 22nd STRN newsletter of December 2016 is now available here.
New network fosters debates about transitions in Latin America and the Carribean, Asia and Africa Sustainability transitions are a global issue. Transitions studies have developed their theories and research mainly focused on OECD countries. Yet, numerous researchers deal with topics related to sustainability transitions in emerging economies and the developing […]
The 21st STRN newsletter of September 2016 is now available here.
The 20th STRN newsletter of June 2016 is now available here.
The STRN network has grown considerably in recent years and has become the major platform and meeting place for researchers interested in large-scale transformation associated with sustainability. At the same time, key tasks such as the exchange of information, maintenance of the website, updating the research agenda, or organization of […]
The 19th STRN newsletter is available online.
While sustainability transitions studies are often being criticized for its narrow focus on European and other OECD countries, more and more scholars apply concepts and frameworks like transition management or strategic niche management to countries in Asia, Africa or Latin America. This raises some critical questions: How do theoretical frameworks […]
This is a re-post. The original and more extended blog can be found here. A lively debate about the near and long-term future of western civilisation took place yesterday in central London, at the launch of the book “The Politics of Green Transformations”. The edited volume based on work of the STEPS centre, […]
At the IST 2013 conference in Zurich, the paper A Grassroots Sustainable Energy Niche? Reflections on community energy case studies by Gill Seyfang, Sabine Hielscher, Tom Hargreaves, Mari Martiskainen and Adrian Smith received the STRN best paper award. We congratulate the authors! Why was the paper chosen The focus on community based […]