The IPCC Special Report on the impacts of 1.5% global warming has explicitly adopted the socio-technical transitions approach.
A new paper by Professor Steve Sorrell, takes a critical look at the foundational assumptions of the MLP.
Professor Frank Geels, Co-Director of CIED, has been conferred the award of Fellow by the Academy of Social Sciences (AcSS).
Humanizing sociotechnical transitions through energy justice: An ethical framework for global transformative change
A new article promotes greater engagement with the energy justice approach when planning for a low-carbon transition.
A new paper by Professor Frank Geels compares the “disruptive innovation” framework and the “multi-level perspective”.
Benjamin Sovacool explores theories that explain socio-technical change; their relevance, use and how they can (or cannot) integrate. All welcome!
Policy Forum in Science suggests that rapid changes in electricity, heat, buildings, industry and mobility are needed.
CIED and SPRU Research Fellow Kirsten Jenkins will be presenting her work on socio-technical systems and energy justice. All welcome!