Multiscalar governance of urban energy transitions in Australia: The cases of Sydney and Melbourne

@article{Dowling2018MultiscalarGO,
  title={Multiscalar governance of urban energy transitions in Australia: The cases of Sydney and Melbourne},
  author={R. Dowling and P. McGuirk and Sophia Maalsen},
  journal={Energy research and social science},
  year={2018},
  volume={44},
  pages={260-267}
}
Abstract Sustainable energy transitions – broadly described as moving away from fossil fuels toward renewable resources and reducing energy demand– are emerging across the world, albeit in uneven ways. Scholarship on energy transitions has highlighted the importance of how these transitions may be facilitated or impeded by both governance and politics, and the influence of urban dynamics and histories on these transitions. Using an emphasis on multiscalar governance, this paper analyses… Expand
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