Transition pathways to a low carbon economy: Linking governance patterns and assessment methodologies

@inproceedings{Foxon2010TransitionPT,
  title={Transition pathways to a low carbon economy: Linking governance patterns and assessment methodologies},
  author={Timothy J. Foxon and Jacquelin Burgess and Geoffrey P. Hammond and Tom Hargreaves and Craig I. Jones and Peter J. G. Pearson},
  year={2010}
}
This paper describes work being undertaken as part of an interdisciplinary project on transition pathways to a low carbon economy, bringing together insights from engineers, social scientists and policy analysts. The project is examining the plausibility of different transition pathways for a low carbon energy system in the UK, under different governance patterns, in relation to both centralised and decentralised systems for meeting energy service demands. It uses a conceptual and analytical… CONTINUE READING

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