Grassroots innovations for sustainable development: Towards a new research and policy agenda

@inproceedings{Seyfang2007GrassrootsIF,
  title={Grassroots innovations for sustainable development: Towards a new research and policy agenda},
  author={Gill Seyfang and Adrian Smith},
  year={2007}
}
Innovation and community action are two important strands for sustainable development. Yet they have not hitherto been linked. Community action is a neglected, but potentially important, site of innovative activity. Bridging this divide offers a novel theoretical approach to the study of community-level action for sustainability. The opportunities presented by grassroots innovation are discussed, as are the challenges confronting activity at this level, and a new agenda for community-level… CONTINUE READING

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