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Batch 13, 2009-2011

alejandro13
Alejandro Navarro, Colombia
An exploration of strategic sustainabilitty business initiatives
 

andrew13

Andrew Thomson, Canada
Effectively Extending Intention into a Complex World: Limits to Predictive Understanding
& Strategic Actions Toward Sustainability

 

anja13Anja Humburg, Germany
Post-Growth on the Move The Environmental Movement as Agent of Change for the
Transition to a Post-Growth Economy - Evidence from Germany

 

anna13

 

Anna Hallgrimsdottir, Iceland


anya13Ayda Ahmadi, Iran
Social Movements in Action: How can social movements become more effective in the action mobilization?
Case study: Environmental movement against exploration of the shale gas in Quebec (Canada)

 

chia13

Chia-Sui Hsu, Taiwan
Resilience in Space: An experimental analysis of resilience in urban flood management in the Taipei Basin

 

christoph13Christoph Priebe, Germany
How can we make participation in fisheries governance work?
A fisheries industry perspective on the legitimation crisis of participation

 

chris13
Christopher James Martin, United Kingdom
Institutional Barriers to Community Forest Management: A case Study of Vietnam
 

david13David Kiirya, Uganda
Land use change and health: A case study of fish farming impacts on
malaria prevalence in Kabale district, Uganda.

 

elin13Elin Olsson, Sweden
Small firms are not little big firms: A study of Corporate Social Responsibility
in Swedish Small- and Medium- Sized Enterprises

 

emiliEmile Pérez, Sweden
Sustainability Transitions Exploring the Transformation of Nicaragua's Electricity
System from Fossil Fuels to Renewable Sources

 

evelina13Evelina Strandfeldt, Sweden
"This will not be a problem in the future, when we all have electric cars".
A sustainability perspective on planning practice of external commercial areas.
A case study of three municipalities in Stockholm, Sweden

harriet13
Harriet Barker, Australia
Flooding In, Flooding Out: How does post disaster volunteering build community resilience?
 

helena13
Helena Gonzales Lindberg, Norway
Neither true, nor useful The problem with framing climate change as a security threat


jacob13


Jacob Halcomb, USA


jamaylaJamalya Imanova, Azerbaijan
Renewable Energy [R]evolution through Institutional Analysis in Azerbaijan:
Case Study of Solar Photovoltaic Local Application

 

joanne13Joanne Morris, Germany
Transport Biofuels in Sweden: Stakeholders’ perceptions of the
Renewable Energy Directive’s governance of the industry

 

josh13Josh Darrach, Canada
The Role of Youth in Climate Negotiations: An exploratory study into
the effects of constituency status on youth participation in the UNFCCC

 

karen13
Karen Runde, USA
Institutional barriers to Community Forest Management. A case study of Vietnam
 

kent13Kent Buchanan, USA
Disjoined action in a conjoined world: An analysis of human development governance
in rural KwaZulu Natal, South Africa.

 

kristine13Kristin Rut Kristjansdottir, Iceland
Work creates Community. The Role of Tourism Activities in Sustainable Management of
Common Pool Resources in a Northern European Periphery Community in Sweden

 

kyeong13Kyeong Wha Chung, Korea
The Same Policy, Similar Procedure but Different Consequence Analyzing Policy-Shaping
Processes of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trading Scheme in the EU and Korea

 

kyle13Kyle Clark, USA
Urban Food Forestry Low-hanging fruit for improving urban food security?

 

lovisa13
Lovisa Lönegren, Sweden
Scouting for Sustainable Development A study of some young people’s environmental
views within the Scout Movement

lucy13
Lucy Anderson, United Kingdom
HABERMAS ON THE HIGH STREET CAN LAW ENCOURAGE SUSTAINABLE THINKING
IN BUSINESS? A STUDY OF UK FASHION RETAILERS

madeline13
Madeline Gunn, United Kingdom
Catch-22? The Potential For Retailers To Practice ‘Choice Editing’
As A Policy Tool For Sustainable Consumption

marzena13

 

Marzena Puzniak, Poland
Producer Companies and their Partnered Institutions, Owned by Small and Marginal Producers in India

minchau13
Min Chao Paul Wu, China
Towards “Good Ecological Status”: Analysing the Nitrogen Lock-in in Danish Water Management,
from A Transition Theory Perspective

mufaddal13


Mufaddal Hofaza Gulamabbas, Tanzania
POLLUTION RISK ACCUMULATION FROM HOUSEHOLDS IN DAR-ES-SALAAM

nadila13
Nadiia Pustovoitova, Ukraine
Producer Company as an Institutional Option for Small Farmers in India

orasa13

Orasa Kongthong, Thailand
Drought in Mekong River and Vulnerability of Livelihood


paul13


Paul Cegys, Canada
Producer Companies and their Partnered Institutions, Owned by Small and Marginal Producers in India

reiko13Reiko Ichimura, Japan
Fashionable and Sustainable? Implementing Sustainability Aspects into
Supply Chain Management in the Japanese Apparel Industry


salome13Salome Hallfredsdóttir, Iceland
Eco Schools – Are They Really Better? Comparison of Environmental Knowledge,
Attitude and Actions between Students in Environmentally Certified Schools and Traditional Schools in Iceland


shijin13


Shijin Steven Zhou, China
Personal Computer Operating System and Electronic Waste - A Sustainability Perspective

tina13
Tina Nyfors, Finland
Transition Cities as Niches for Radical Change How to organise Transition work in cities –
what can Malmö, Sweden, learn from Bristol, England? Two case studies on the Transition movement

tobias13
Tobias Abrahamsson, Sweden
Human Development legitimizing new institutions for sustainability:
The problem of legitimacy in Earth System Governance

tyler13
Tyler Adkins, USA
Overcoming barriers to energy efficiency retrofit measures in Swedish homes: An actor and policy analysis
 

vera13
Vera Chudnikova, Belarus

 

flora13

Yat Ting Flora Lim, Hong Kong China
Energy City Frederikshavn: Public Participation and Sustainability Aspects



yingchen13Yin-Chen Fang, Taiwan
Is low carbon tourism a good incentive for the development of a low carbon community?
- A case study of the Pinglin District

 

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