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The Transformation of Urban Mobility Practices in Maastricht (1950–1980)

Coevolution of Cycling and Car Mobility

Marc Dijk, Anique Hommels, and Manuel Stoffers

Transitions (London: Routledge, 2010). 30 Elizabeth Shove and Gordon Walker, “CAUTION! Transitions Ahead: Politics, Practice and Sustainable Transition Management,” Environment and Planning A 39 (2007): 763–770, . 31 Mike

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Values-based territorial food networks

Qualifying sustainable and ethical transitions of alternative food networks

Rachel Reckinger

. , Dedeurwaerdere , T. , Hudon , M. , & Feyereisen , M. ( 2019 ). Systemic ethics and inclusive governance: Two key prerequisites for sustainability transitions of agri-food systems . Agriculture and Human Values 36 ( 2 ), 277 – 288 .

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Ten Years of Transfers

Mobility Studies and Social Change during a Pandemic

Mimi Sheller


In a brief reflection on the multiple disruptions of mobilities imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, this article shows the significance of the scholarship published in Transfers over the last ten years for thinking about the future. Clearly the encounter with a novel and deadly virus—transferred between people, traveling rapidly across geographical regions, crossing over the threshold of our bodies, buildings and borders—has drastically changed many things about us, about cities, about economies, and about the world. An analysis inspired by critical mobility studies highlights the inequities of the mobility disruption, especially in the United States, the importance of histories and representations of mobility for understanding the present situation, and the need for changed choreographies of mobility after the pandemic.

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Narratives of Socioecological Transition

The Case of the Transition Network in Portugal

Vera Ferreira and António Carvalho

permaculture teacher. It is a grassroots attempt to tackle climate change and peak oil, and aims at engaging communities in sustainability transitions, encouraging citizens to take matters into their own hands. The TN emphasizes the power of local communities

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Exploring Humanistic Layers of Urban Travel

Representation, Imagination, and Speculation

Jooyoung Kim, Taehee Kim, Jinhyoung Lee, and Inseop Shin

, Lars Coenen, and Derk Loorbach, eds., Urban Sustainability Transitions (London: Routledge, 2017). To this list, we can add a recent by Mimi Sheller, Mobility Justice: The Politics of Movement in an Age of Extremes (London: Verso, 2018). 3 Amy

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Towards a Sustainable Society

Considerations from a Natural Science Perspective

Frans W. Saris

Transition Model ( Institute for Sustainable Process Technology n.d. ) are transparent, fact-based, open-source models designed to support the sustainability transition of fossil-intensive economies. Mapping out raw material, energy, and emission flows and

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Proximity, Responsibility and Temporality at Resource Frontiers

Corporate-Community Relations in the Colombian Mining Sector

Laura Knöpfel

Prodeco ( 2019 ), Sustainability Report 2018 ( Barranquilla : Grupo Prodeco ). Gudynas , E. ( 2011 ), ‘ Más allá del neuvo extractivismo: Transiciones sostenibles y alternativas al desarrolo ’ [Beyond the New Extractivism: Sustainable Transitions

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Multi-Layered Reflexivity in Participative Research on Mining in Indonesia

Positionality, Preconceptions and Roles

Kristina Großmann

, Research and Participation: Roles of Researchers in Sustainability Transition ’, Sustainability Science 9 , no. 4 : 483 – 496 . 10.1007/s11625-014-0258-4

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Theorizing Mobility Transitions

An Interdisciplinary Conversation

Cristina Temenos, Anna Nikolaeva, Tim Schwanen, Tim Cresswell, Frans Sengers, Matt Watson, and Mimi Sheller

criticisms, see Frank W. Geels, “The Multi-level Perspective on Sustainability Transitions: Responses to Seven Criticisms,” Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 1, no. 1 (2011): 24–40. 4 Tim Schwanen, “Innovations to Transform Personal

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Introduction: What is Fracking a Case of?

Theoretical Lessons from European Case Studies

Roberto Cantoni, Claudia Foltyn, Reiner Keller, and Matthias S. Klaes

conflicts over risk-taking? Do they represent a policy turn? Are there new elements that make those cases different from others? ■ How do these cases apply to theorizations formulated in environmental studies, such as ecological modernization, sustainable