Elizabeth Shove

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Green (2006) is not alone in contending that “environmental ‘crises’ require fundamental changes in the socio-technological structure of the way we live and work”. For those concerned with sustainability, the idea of transition – of substantial change and movement from one state to another has powerful normative attractions. If ‘we’ can steer change, shape(More)
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