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Sessions Theme 3.x

TimeRoomSessionSession nameModerator
3.1 REGIONAL FUTURES
W1 R11 3.1.A. regional futures: India Saxena
1769 Environmental Performance, Economic Growth, Equity and Poverty in India
Saxena, Rakesh
971 Poverty, Environment and Willingness to Preserve in Rural India
Sen, Alok
1225 Inequality and Common Pool Resources: Evidence for a Causal Mechanism from India
Thapliyal, Sneha
W2 R11 3.1.B regional futures: Europe Benedek
1231 Evidence-based policy-making in the support of short food supply chains. A case study from Hungary
Benedek, Zsófia
1576 The CO2 emissions of the European electricity sector: an analysis of the factors explaining the emissions’ trend and the climate and energy policies’ contribution
Cheze, Benoit
1425 Green economy in Europe: A real Green New Deal or just new green dream?
Cudlínová, Eva
F3 R11 3.1.C regional futures: energy systems Axsen
1189 Citizen Acceptance of new fossil fuel infrastructure: Value theory and Canada’s Northern Gateway Pipeline
Axsen, Jonn
Transitions to electrified transport in Iceland: Full cost accounting
Maack, Maria
1511 What are the best selling points of renewable energy technologies? – results of a residential survey
Tabi, Andrea
1433 Accounting for the Utilisation of Renewable Energy Resources within the Genuine Progress Indicator – A Methodological Review
Cook, David
1362 Sustainable Agrofuels? Analyzing a Vicious Cycle
Plank, Christina
T1 R11 3.1.D regional futures: China Zhu Dhajian
Wang Songpei and TBA
F3 R6 3.1.E REGIONAL FUTURES PANEL: PATHS TOWARD SUSTAINABILITY IN LATIN AMERICA Walter Pengue
Latin America - Nations in a state of sustainable under-development? Responses and pathways
Clóvis Cavalcanti, Fundação Joaquim Nabuco, ECOECO, Brazil
A radical Latin America - Resistence, self-defined paths and sustainability
David Barkin, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana-Xochimilco, SMEE, México
New technologies: social and ecoregional impacts
Alberto López Calderón, Universidad de Santa Fe, ASAUEE, Argentina
Global crisis and commercial primarization in Latin America: implications for ecosystems and society
Peter May, Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro, ECOECO, Brazil
Reprimarization of the Andean economy and environmental conflicts
Mario Perez, Universidad del Valle, Cali, Sociedad Andina de Economia Ecológica, Colombia. [Presentation by Teleconference]
F1 R11 3.1.F regional futures: North America Sabine O'Hara
John Gowdy, Richard Howarth, Valerie Luzadis, Dick Norgaard, Tom Kakovitch
T3 R11 3.1.H EXPLORING SUSTAINABLE FUTURES – PERSPECTIVES FROM AUSTRALIA Richard Howarth
Panelists: Steve Hatfield Dodds; Leonie Pearson
3.2 VISIONS, INDICATORS AND MODELS OF TRANSITIONS
W1 R12 3.2.A Environmental Innovations; Proposed session Abritta Moro
1027 Measuring the greening of innovation systems
Abritta Moro, Mariú
1112 An evolutionary approach of sectoral eco-innovative dynamics
Andersen, Maj Munch
1671 Attribution of temperature change to economic sectors
Karstensen, Jonas
W2 R12 3.2.B Learning to manage contradictions of sustainable consumption and economic growth; Proposed session André Martinuzzi
1355 Participatory modelling at the science-policy interface: insights from two sustainable food consumption knowledge brokerage events
Videira, Nuno
1508 Participatory system mapping for social learning on sustainable consumption and production: Findings from five cases in Europe
Lunda, Vivien
2024 Constructing elements of a functional knowledge brokerage process: lessons learned
Martinuzzi, André
1364 Linking sustainable consumption and economic growth debates: development of the RESPONDER research agenda
Sedlacko, Michal
W3 R12 3.2.C Teaching renewable energy economics; Proposed session David Timmons
1471 Macroecomic Perspectives on a Renewable Energy Transition
Harris, Jonathan M.
1193 Teaching microeconomics of renewable energy
Timmons, David
T1 R12 3.2.D Negotiating Boundaries: The Sustainability of Island Systems; Proposed session Singh
1728 Analysing and promoting island sustainability: the case of Samothraki (Greece) (Part of special session - Negotiating Boundaries: The Sustainability of Island Systems)
Fischer-Kowalski, Marina
2019 The Intimacy of Human-Nature Interactions on Islands: The Case of Hawaii
Chertow, Marian
2018 Complex Disasters: Nicobar Islands in the Aftermath of the 2004 Tsunami
Simron, Singh
1776 Prospects for sub-national environmental accounting
Rok, Jakub
W1 R13 3.2.E transitions: grand visions Ragnarsdottir
1565 The future we really want
Costanza, Robert. Presented by Kristin Vala Ragnarsdottir
1063 New Visions, New Models and New Ecosocial Policies
Helne, Tuula
1711 Launching the spaceman economy: How much service can we get out of a globally constrained economy?
Pauliuk, Stefan
1356 Rethinking sustainable development: Towards a biocentric process
Vinnari, Markus
T1 R13 3.2.F1 transitions: focus on wellbeing Vaziri
1744 Well-being and degrowth society, An Empirical study of the Ends-Means Continuum
Vaziri, Amirali
1594 Structures of a welfare-oriented sustainable impact assessment model
Ahlert, Gerd
1275 BHUTAN’S DEVELOPMENT CONCEPTION: AN UNCOMMON APPLICATION OF THE PRINCIPLES OF ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS
Cavalcanti, Clóvis
1550 A non reductionist use of composite indicators: ranking the EU-27 contries sustainability and reassessing HDI rankings
Luzzati, Tommaso
T2 R13 3.2.F2 transitions: focus on wellbeing Blake
1756 The New Zealand Treasury's Living Standards Framework: A Model for Holistic Policy Advice
Blake, Hilary
1389 Integrative Wellbeing of Nations: From Theory to Implementation
Hardy, Derrylea J.
1391 Analyzing subjective wellbeing and its determinants: a case study in Shanghai
Uwasu, Michinori
1076 Why patterns of agricultural development and farm modernization matter for resilience and well-being
Knickel, Karlheinz
W2 R13 3.2.G transitions: indicators of progress Balana, Fox
1349 GDP vs. ‘Beyond GDP’ – Measuring progress, wealth and wellbeing of nations
Balana, Bedru
1438 Applying a Systems Approach to Genuine Progress Indicators
Forgie, Vicky
1623 Genuine Development in the States: a Comparative Analysis of 50 State Economies Using the Genuine Progress Indicator
Fox, Mairi-Jane
1129 Index of Sustainable Economic Welfare (ISEW) for rural and urban area: A case study in Japan
Hayashi, Takashi
2032 Measuring countries׳ environmental sustainability performance – A review and case study of Iceland
Cook, David
F1 R13 3.2.I transitions: focus on the food system da Silva
1555 Status of sustainability of the Brazilian agri-food system
Goulart da Silva, William
1517 Transitions towards more sustainable agri-food chains: a conceptual framework
Hubeau, Marianne
1781 Meanings and values of Faroese whaling and sheep-rearing: localising incentives for sustainable degrowth
Skardhamar Olsen, Elisabeth
1240 From valuation of environmental processes to technological change: A sraffian analysis of the French food production system
Verger, Yoann
F2 R13 3.2.J1 Transitions: focus on the energy system I Brockway, Foxon
1185 Exergy and useful work analysis for UK, US and China 1960-2010: will exergy efficiency constrain economic growth and energy transitions?
Brockway, Paul Edward
972 Modeling the Energy Transition in the State of Vermont, U.S.A
Clement, Christopher
1420 Useful coevolutionary modelling of the energy-economic implications of low-carbon transitions
Foxon, Timothy J.
1433 From vision to reality – Backcasting for a sustainable energy future
Wächter, Petra
F3 R13 3.2.J2 Transitions: focus on the nnergy system II Hagemann
1572 Possible futures towards a wood based bioeconomy in Central Germany
Hagemann, Nina
926 Energymetrics
Rock, Greg
1563 Green change - renewable power generation in an input-output framework
Wiebe, Kirsten Svenja
1134 Sustainability assessment of national electricity systems: A case study of India
Sharma, Tarun
F1 R12 3.2.K transitions: focus on lifestyle and behavioural change Axsen
1190 Transitioning to sustainable lifestyle practices in Canada
Axsen, Jonn
1551 Hectors and actors of sustainability: Can we make a distinction?
Csutora, Maria
1202 Smart meters and the household economy of energy: New frontiers for behaviour change policy and technology
Pullinger, Martin
T2 R12 3.2.L1 transitions: focus on policies Bickert
1227 Supporting technology transition in the mobility sector: Analysis and evaluation of political and economical support schemes for electric vehicles
Bickert, Stefan
1444 Wages and profits in Daly's "inverted pyramid" economy: A Post-Keynesian and view
Kemp-Benedict, Eric
1040 An evolutionary ecological-economics model - How does environmental policy influence the economy?
Klippert, Christian
1381 USING THE AIR EMISSIONS COMPONENT OF THE “YEARS TO SUSTAINBILITY” INDICATOR TO DETERMINE SUSTAINABILITY TRENDS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM – HEALTH IMPACTS
Lott, Melissa C.
T3 R12 3.2.L2 transitions: focus on policies Nash
1417 End-users in a sustainable infrastructure transition: Towards integrated infrastructure services
Knoeri, Christof
1126 Contractualizing functionality
Morlat, Clément
1629 Networked Structure and Linked Prosperity: Winners and Losers in Sustainability Governance Collaborations.
Nash, Julie
1477 Environmental-economic account as a base of greening economy
Pakina, Alla
1659 Reconceptualising and measuring absolute decoupling taking planetary boundaries into account
Umpfenbach, Katharina
3.3 Facilitating transitions drivers and barriers
W2 R14 3.3.A Policy: Climate, Low carbon Geisendorf
987 Behavioural Climate Policy – How bounded rationality can foster the energy transition. The idea of “Nudging”
Geisendorf, Sylvie
1045 Prospect Theory, Mitigation and Adaptation to Climate Change
Osberghaus, Daniel
1191 Socio-technical transitions to low-carbon consumption: Developing markets for electric mobility
Axsen, Jonn
1740 Moving towards low carbon operations: highlighting the challenges in transforming the Australian built environment sector
Wilson, Kimberley
1499 A Post-Keynesian model of a transition from a brown capital to green capital dominated economy
Kemp-Benedict, Eric
W1 R14 3.3.B Policy: general Kenter
1541 Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Philosophical Perspectives and their Potential to Transform Environmental Thought
Konchak, William
1773 Spiritual Capital
Kenter, Jasper O.
1490 Designing Happiness-oriented Policies to Achieve Wellbeing and Environmental Sustainability
Zhou, Sophie Lian
T1 R14 3.3.C Policy: Industrial, energy Pegels
1108 Germany's Energiewende: a case of successful green industrial policy?
Pegels, Anna
1562 The Discount Rate: A Global Policy Error
Gagne, Lynda G.
1583 What if Science follows Policies? The case of advanced biofuels
Cheze, Benoit
1066 Is Alberta's bitumen industry really "good for the economy"?
Kits, Gerda J.
T2 R14 3.3.D Policy: taxes, sustainability Melle de Queiroz
1259 Brazilian tax policy: proposing a financial mechanism to low carbon practices in São Felix do Xingu
Mello de Queiroz, Julia
1375 The role of science and the science–policy interface in transitions to sustainability. Lessons from the use of science in water resource management in South East Queensland, Australia
Morgan, Edward Alexander
1408 Paying enough taxes already? Testing the Acceptability of carbon taxes with survey data
Carattini, Stefano
1452 Kaya trajectories in the Kyoto period: seeking evidence for rapid emissions reductions
Lamb, William F. Presented by Julia Steinberger
F1 R14 3.3.E Policy: municipial Roehlich
1503 Facilitating a transition in community infrastructure governance
Roelich, Katy
1641 Barriers to ESV Use: A Study of Municipal and Regional Decisions Making in the U.S.
Winslow, Maggie
1678 Linking multi-scale adaptive capacity to sustainability transitions of urban water systems
Bettini, Yvette
1504 Is nudging unethical?
Hukkinen, Janne I.
F2 R14 3.3.F Policy: Water, coastal Klauer
1739 The functional approach – an answer to conceptual flaws of the European Water Framework Directive
Klauer, Bernd
1783 Territorial governance in coastal zones: an institutional multiscale approach
Vinha, Valéria
W1 R15 3.3.G1 Innovation Entrepreneurship I Horbach
1091 Determinants of eco-innovation from a European-wide perspective – an analysis based on the Community Innovation Survey (CIS)
Horbach, Jens
1199 Sustainability-driven Entrepreneurship as a contributor to socio-economic transitions to sustainability
Scharbert, Annika
1272 Evaluating the contribution of innovation networks to resilient farming systems
von Muenchhausen, Susanne
W2 R15 3.3.G2 Innovation Entrepreneurship II Jarinda
1386 The role of energy cooperatives and behavioural change in sustainability transition of rural areas
Kaphengst, Timo
1363 Composting: the solution to closing cycles and improving soil quality in the transition towards a bio-economy?
Viaene, Jarinda
T3 R15 3.3.H Agents of change: Social movements M_czka
1008 Interest, désintéressement or indifference? Problems with participation in public consultation concerning Plans of Conservation Tasks for Natura 2000 areas in Wielkopolska Province (Poland).
M_czka, Krzysztof
1167 Norms, ethics and climate policy. The case of Klimavalg2013, a Social movement in Norway.
Rapp Nilsen, Heidi
1429 Looking for Change Agents: A Precondition for Strong Sustainable Consumption Governance
Wilén, Kristoffer
969 Survival strategies of eco-social enterprises
Johanisova, Nadia
T1 R15 3.3.I1 Agents of change: Public, Grassroots I Langen
1482 Success factors of grassroots movements for sustainability
Langen, Nina
1518 Agendas for Transition: Attitudes, Values and Roles of People, Business and Government
Bina, Olivia
1735 Should environmentalists be concerned about materialism?
Andersson, David
1754 Action research for sustainability: Using modified World Café and systems analysis to increase sustainability and social equity within a community’s food system
Kristinsdóttir, Sigrún María
T2 R15 3.3.I2 Agents of change: Public, Grassroots II Schwirplies
1561 Sustainability and making a living – performing greenness in working life
Schmidt, Tiina
1558 Does individuals` perception of international climate policy affect their domestic climate protection efforts? Empirical evidence from an international survey
Schwirplies, Claudia
1661 ANALYSIS OF TERRITORIAL SOLIDARITY IN FINANCING ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE IN COASTAL AREAS
Rulleau, Bénédicte
F2 R15 3.3.J Agents of change: Private sector Johansdottir
1580 Self-reported sustainability, the ecological footprint and subjective well-being
Bleys, Brent
1540 What drives corporate environmental responsibility? Case of mining company in Odisha, India
Sindhi, Sumita
1552 Concealed collaborators: Environmental sustainability and role of non-life insurers
Johannsdottir, Lara
F1 R1 3.3.M Smart, Inclusive growth, wellbeing and the greening of economies: redefining development; Proposed session Knickel
1838 Measuring progress towards a ‘Green Energy Economy’: Who is really winning the race?
Mundaca, Luis
1839 Steering the mainstreaming of the Poverty-Environment Nexus in Tajikistan
Challe, Sarah
1840 User fees and access fees to promote prosperity, sustainability and equity.
Rybeck, Rick
1841 Thematic villages – an example of inclusive growth?
Kłoczko-Gajewska, Anna
1842 Towards a greener and more equitable development: What can we learn from Brazil, South Africa and Germany for global transformation processes?
Perch, Leisa
F2 R1 3.3.N Economics and institutions: evolution in the antropocene; Proposed session Farley
1788 Bringing back Darwin: Evolution and the Limits to Human Intentionality
Gowdy, John
1789 The Challenge of Rethinking the Economic Evolution of Humans
Krall, Lisi
1787 Adapting to prisoner’s dilemmas: economic institutions for the anthropocene
Farley, Joshua
925 Economism and the Econocene
Norgaard, Richard B.
1790 Beyond the Fiscal Cliff
Klitgaard, Kent
F3 R14 3.3.O Behavioural methods to tackle environmental stressors Tavoni
2026 The effect of price and information frames on environmental technology adoption: A natural field experiment in Switzerland
Gsottbauer, Elisabeth
2027 The Effect of Winter Fuel Payment on the Renewable Energy Installments in the UK
Lange, Ian
2028 Delegation and Public Pressure in a Threshold Public Goods Game: Theory and Experimental Evidence
Iris, DoruK
2029 Coalition formation games with threshold and spillover effects
Tavoni, Alessandro
3.4 THE ROLE OF CITIES IN TRANSITIONS
F2 R12 3.4.A The role of cities in transitions Schubert
1115 Conceptualizing the spatial correspondence between different modes of life and related patterns of resource consumption in Germany
Schubert, Johannes
1468 THE ROLE OF URBAN COMMONS IN SOCIAL ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS TRANSFORMATION. : First Results of Case Studies in 40 European Cities
Sauer, Thomas
1319 Evaluating the Biophysical Urban Sustainability
Stossel, Zeev
F3 R12 3.4.B The role of cities in transitions Dobernig
1498 GOING HYPER-­LOCAL? EXPLORING MARKET-ORIENTED URBAN FARMS AS SOCIAL INNOVATIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE FOOD PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION.
Dobernig, Karin
1597 Transitioning into a Green & Just Future: the Case of Greenworks Philadelphia
Sorrentino, John A.
1736 The Gothenburg congestion tax: a pre-post analysis of individual behavioural change
Nässén, Jonas
2023 The great carbon challenge of urbanization
Heinanen, Jukka
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