- Journal Articles
Chitnis, M, Sorrell, S, Druckman, A, Firth, S, Jackson, T (2014) ‘Who rebounds most? Estimating direct and indirect rebound effects for different UK socioeconomic groups’, Ecological Economics, 106, 12–32
Chitnis, M., S. Sorrell and A. Druckman (2014), ‘Living up to Expectations: Rebound Effects for UK households’, Energy Economics. vol.52, S100–S116
Geels, F.W., (2014), ‘Regime resistance against low-carbon energy transitions: Introducing politics and power in the multi-level perspective’, Theory, Culture & Society, 31(5), 21-40
Geels, F.W., McMeekin, A., Mylan, J., Southerton, D., (2014), ‘A critical appraisal of Sustainable Consumption and Production research: The reformist, revolutionary and reconfiguration positions’, Global Environmental Change. vol.34
Hamilton, J., Mayne, R., Parag, Y., Bergman, N. (2015) 'Scaling up local carbon action: the role of partnerships, networks and policy', Carbon Management (eprint).
Kern, F. (2015) Engaging with the politics, agency and structures in the technological innovation systems approach. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, vol.16, 67–69
Kivimaa P, Hildén M, Huitema D, Jordan A, Newig J. Strategic experiments in climate governance – lessons from a case-study review of transition and policy studies. Submitted to SWPS and to be submitted to a special issue in Journal of Cleaner Production 30 Nov 2015.
Kivimaa, P. and F. Kern (2016) 'Creative destruction or mere niche support? Innovation policy mixes for sustainability transitions’, Research Policy, 45(1), 205–217
Mylan, J., Geels, F.W., McMeekin, A., Gee, S., and Foster, C., (2015) Eco-innovation and retailers in UK milk, beef and bread chains: Enriching environmental supply chain management with insights from innovation studies, Journal of Cleaner Production, 107, 20-30.
Schwanen, T. (2014) Beyond instrument: ‘Smartphones and energy consumption in everyday consumption’, European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research (submitted).
Schwanen, T. (2015) The Bumpy Road toward Low-Energy Urban Mobility: Case Studies from Two UK Cities. Sustainability 2015, 7(6), 7086-7111
Smith, A. (2014), ‘Technology Networks for socially useful production’, Journal of Peer Production (in press)
Sorrell, S. (2014), ‘Energy substitution, technical change and rebound effects’, Energies, 7(5), 2850-2873
Sorrell, S (2015), ‘Reducing energy demand: A review of issues, challenges and approaches’, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 47, 74–82
Sovacool, B. , Geels, F. (2016) Further reflections on the temporality of energy transitions: A response to critics. Energy Research and Social Science Vol.22. pp.232-237.
Sovacool, B. , Parag, Y. (2016) Electricity market design for the prosumer era. Nature Energy
Turnheim, B., Berkhout, F., Geels, F.W., Hof, A., McMeekin, A., Nykvist, B., Van Vuuren, D., 2015, Evaluating sustainability transitions pathways: Bridging analytical approaches to address governance challenges, Global Environmental Change, vol.35, 239–253
- Working Papers
SPRU Working Paper Series: 'Grassroots digital fabrication and makerspaces: reconfiguring, relocating and recalibrating innovation'. Adrian Smith, Sabine Hielscher, Sacha Dickel, Johan Soderberg and Ellen Van Oost. SWPS 2013-02 Sept 2013 [PDF 379.50KB]
SPRU Working Paper Series: 'Community based digital fabrication workshops: A review of the research literature'. Sabine Hielscher and Adrian Smith. SWPS 2014-08 May 2014 [PDF 843.63KB
SPRU Working Paper Series: 'Reducing energy demand: A review of issues, challenges and approaches' Steve Sorrell. SWPS 2014-22: Reducing energy demand: An overview of issues, challenges and approaches
Smith, A., S. Hielscher, S. Dickel, J. Soderberg and E. Van Oost (2014) 'Grassroots digital fabrication and makerspaces: reconfiguring, relocating and recalibrating innovation', SPRU Working Paper Series 2013-02, Brighton, Sussex
Hielscher, S. and A. Smith (2014) ‘Community-based digital fabrication workshops: a review of the research literature’, SPRU Working Paper Series, 2014-08, Brighton, Sussex
Glynn, R. ‘Car sharing in the Oxford context: Understanding implications for its role in transportation transition’, Working Paper No. 1065, Transport Studies Unit, Oxford
Chitnis, M. and S. Sorrell (2015) Living up to expectations: Estimating direct and indirect rebound effects for UK households, Working Paper, Sustainable Lifestyles Research Group
- Research Briefings
Grassroots digital fabrication in makerspaces [PDF 9.41MB]:Report from a World Cafe.
A snapshot of UK FabLabs and Hackerspaces [PDF 2.89MB]
Low Energy Housing Innovations and the role of Intermediaries (LEHII)
Turner, K. (2015) Economy wide rebound effects. CIED Research Briefing 01.
- Policy Briefings
Johnson, V., Geels, F. (2016) Supporting diffusion of low-energy systems: what can the UK learn from the diffusion of Biomass District Heating in Austria?. CIED Policy Briefing 01.
Johnson, V., Boons, F. (2016) Policy Briefing: Assessing the long-now , Discover Society Special Issue guest edited by the Sustainable Consumption Institute.
Turner, K. (2016) Multiplier analysis of re-spending rebound effects. CIED Policy Briefing 02
- Conference Papers and Presentations
The emergence of ‘pro-savers’: communities as places for doing things differently C. Nolden, M. Martiskainen, and N. Fox
Schwanen. T. (2013) 'Activity-travel behaviour analysis', workshop at Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, 13 December
Schwanen. T. (2014), 'Understanding low energy innovation in urban mobility' Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Tampa Florida, USA
Geels, F. (2014), ‘Technological reorientation for sustainability: A dialectic industry-in-context perspective’, Presentation at International Innovation 4 Sustainability network, Manchester, UK, 7th May
Schwanen, T. (2014), 'Revisting socio-technical ecologies of innovation’, Keynote presentation, International Time-Geography Event Day, Linköping, Sweden, 14-16th May
Sorrell, S. (2014), ‘Mapping rebound effects from sustainable behaviour’, presentation at the Sustainable Lifestyles Research Group Dissemination Event, London, UK, 3rd June
Smith, A. (2014),‘Technology networks for socially useful production’, presentation to the Network of Engineering, Social Justice and Peace, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 17-19 August
Smith, A. (2014), ‘Recalling the movement for socially useful production’, presentation to ESOCITE/4S conference, Buenos Aires, 20-23rd August
Geels, F. (2014), ‘Regime resistance against low-carbon energy transitions’,’, International Conference on Sustainability Transitions, Utrecht, Netherlands, 27-29th August
Geels, F. (2014), ‘A critical appraisal of sustainable consumption and production research’, International Conference on Sustainability Transitions, Utrecht, Netherlands, 27-29th August
Kivimaa, P. and F. Kern (2014), ‘Innovation policy mixes for sustainability transitions', , International Conference on Sustainability Transitions, Utrecht, Netherlands, 27-29th August
Kivimaa, P. (2015) ’Strategic experiments in climate governance – lessons from a case-study review of transition and policy studies ', International Sustainability Transitions Conference, Brighton, 25-28 August
Geels, F. (2014), ‘Transitions thinking and the MLP: Deepening, broadening and scaling up’, Lecture at Climate-KIC Summer school, Frankfurt, Germany, 2nd September
Smith, A. (2014), ‘Technology networks for socially useful production’, Presentation to EASST conference, Torun, Poland, 16th September
Smith, A. (2014), ’Grassroots digital fabrication: FabLabs and Hackerspaces’, Presentation to EASST conference, Torun, Poland, 18th September
Chitnis, M. and S.Sorrell (2014), ‘Living up to expectations: Rebound effects for UK households’, BIEE 10th Academic Conference, St John's College, Oxford, 17-18th September
Geels, F. (2014), Co-organiser of international expert workshop (30 participants) on Incumbent-Challenger Interactions in Energy Transitions, Stuttgart, 22-23rd September
Geels, F. (2014), ‘Understanding the dynamics of transitions: The multi-level perspective and reflections’, Presentation for the Institute for Research and Innovation in Society Summer School, Florence, 25-26th September
- Book Chapters
Baker, L. 'Sustainability transitions and the politics of electricity planning in South Africa', in Brauch, H.G. et al (eds.) (2016) Handbook on Sustainability Transition and Sustainable Peace (STSP), Hexagon Series on Human and Environmental Security, London, Springer.
Smith, A. and A. Ely (2016) ‘Green transformations from below? The politics of grassroots innovation’, in Scoones, I., Newell, P. and M. Leach (eds.) The politics of green transformations. London: Earthscan.
Sorrell, S. (2016) ‘Energy efficiency and energy demand', in G. Little and R. Heffron (eds) Delivering Energy Policy in the EU and US: A Multi-Disciplinary Reader, Edinburgh University Press.
Kern, F. (2016) 'Policy mixes in stimulating energy transitions: the case of UK energy efficiency policy’, in: Little, G. and Heffron, R. Delivering Energy Policy in the EU and US: A Multi-Disciplinary Reader. Edinburgh University Press.
Sovacool, B.K., Brown, M.A and Valentine, S.V. (2016) Fact and fiction in global energy policy. Johns Hopkins University Press.