The Green Economy , Sustainability Transitions and Transition Regions : A Case Study of Boston

@inproceedings{Gibbs2016TheGE,
  title={The Green Economy , Sustainability Transitions and Transition Regions : A Case Study of Boston},
  author={David Gibbs and Kirstie O’Neill},
  year={2016}
}
This paper is focused upon exploring the development of the green economy in particular locations, with the aim of identifying why some cities and regions have been successful in engendering green growth. To date we have little idea where the green economy is developing, nor much insight, beyond anecdotal evidence, into why certain cities and regions appear to be more successful than others in this regard. We position our analysis within the context of research on socio-technical transitions… CONTINUE READING

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