Societal innovation in a constrained world: theoretical and empirical perspectives

@inproceedings{Brown2013SocietalII,
  title={Societal innovation in a constrained world: theoretical and empirical perspectives},
  author={H. S. Brown and P. Vergragt and M. Cohen},
  year={2013}
}
Several recent scientific assessments have offered persuasive evidence that the physical demands of contemporary patterns of energy and material consumption have begun to exceed critical biogeochemical thresholds and to jeopardize planetary systems (IPCC, 2007; Rockström et al., 2009; Aaronson, 2010). Current debates on appropriate policy responses evince skepticism about whether improvement in technological efficiency, including enhanced reliance on renewable energy sources, will alone be… Expand
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