Sustainable transition of socio-technological systems: How can Governance Network Research and Transition Theory contribute to the transition to biofuel for transportation?

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Resumé

The paper suggests that the challenge of sustainability demands a shift of the attention of environmental planning and policy to the transition of socio-technological systems. Deliberate planning for sustainability then becomes a question of addressing governance structures of socio-technological systems, calling attention to how such governance structures emerge, stabilize and become dominant, which functions governance structures have to serve to become efficient, and how they can be made subject to deliberate and purposeful shaping and transition. Taking this approach, research in planning and policymaking for sustainability has to work with issues of understanding how actors and networks configure, requirements to effective networks and metagovernance of governance networks. Research within innovation systems, transition management and technology systems combined with planning and experimental activities provides both a theoretical and empirical body of knowledge of such governance processes. The paper presents these approaches and demonstrates how they can be used in relation to the process of developing bio-fuel systems for transportation.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdato2006
Antal sider22
StatusUdgivet - 2006
BegivenhedDemocratic Network Governance in Europe - Past and Future Research, Roskilde University - Roskilde, Danmark
Varighed: 2 nov. 20063 nov. 2006

Konference

KonferenceDemocratic Network Governance in Europe - Past and Future Research, Roskilde University
LandDanmark
ByRoskilde
Periode02/11/200603/11/2006

Citer dette

Hansen, O. E., Stærdahl, J., & Søndergård, B. (2006). Sustainable transition of socio-technological systems: How can Governance Network Research and Transition Theory contribute to the transition to biofuel for transportation?. Afhandling præsenteret på Democratic Network Governance in Europe - Past and Future Research, Roskilde University, Roskilde, Danmark.
Hansen, Ole Erik ; Stærdahl, Jens ; Søndergård, Bent. / Sustainable transition of socio-technological systems: How can Governance Network Research and Transition Theory contribute to the transition to biofuel for transportation?. Afhandling præsenteret på Democratic Network Governance in Europe - Past and Future Research, Roskilde University, Roskilde, Danmark.22 s.
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Hansen, OE, Stærdahl, J & Søndergård, B 2006, 'Sustainable transition of socio-technological systems: How can Governance Network Research and Transition Theory contribute to the transition to biofuel for transportation?' Paper fremlagt ved Democratic Network Governance in Europe - Past and Future Research, Roskilde University, Roskilde, Danmark, 02/11/2006 - 03/11/2006, .

Sustainable transition of socio-technological systems: How can Governance Network Research and Transition Theory contribute to the transition to biofuel for transportation? / Hansen, Ole Erik; Stærdahl, Jens; Søndergård, Bent.

2006. Afhandling præsenteret på Democratic Network Governance in Europe - Past and Future Research, Roskilde University, Roskilde, Danmark.

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