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  • Climate change as a transformation challenge : a new climate policy paradigm?

    Hermwille, Lukas (2016)
    The Paris Agreement marks a milestone in international climate policy. Though, the positive appraisal was not unanimous. This article will argue that the Paris Agreement embraces a new paradigm. Climate change is no longer seen as a clear-cut environmental problem, nor as a developmental issue, but as a challenge to fundamentally transform global societies. While criticism through the lens of the former paradigms is worthwhile, the Paris Agreement should be acknowledged as a pacemaker for the...

    Potentials and evaluation of preventive measures : a case study for Germany

    Wilts, Claas Henning; Radermacher, Bettina (2014)
    The European Waste Framework Directive has defined waste prevention as top of the waste hierarchy meaning nothing less than a fundamental change of the sociotechnical system of waste infrastructures with all its economic, legal, social and cultural elements. Based on an empirical analysis of more than 300 waste prevention measures this paper assesses which prevention effects can realistically be achieved by applying the measures described in the German waste prevention programme or in those o...

    Sufficiency in social practice : searching potentials for sufficient behavior in a consumerist culture

    Speck, Melanie; Hasselkuß, Marco (2016)
    To live a life of sufficiency in a consumerist culture may be one of the most ambitious experiments an individual could undertake. To investigate this challenge, we employed a social-practice approach. This article is based on 42 qualitative interviews asking respondents why and how they acted in a sufficient way within a Western infrastructure and culture. The results indicate that sufficiency-oriented people draw on particular meanings in everyday-life practices when adopting relevant resou...

    Lessons for model use in transition research : a survey and comparison with other research areas

    Halbe, Johannes; Reusser, Dominik E.; Holtz, Georg; Haasnoot, Marjolijn; Stosius, Annette; Avenhaus, Wibke; Kwakkel, Jan H. (2014)
    The use of models to study the dynamics of transitions is challenging because of several aspects of transitions, notably complexity, multi-domain and multi-level interactions. These challenges are shared by other research areas that extensively make use of models. In this article we survey experiences and methodological approaches developed in the research areas of social-ecological modeling, integrated assessment, and environmental modeling, and derive lessons to be learnt for model use in t...

    Sustainability assessment of out of-of-home meals : potentials and obstacles applying indicator sets NAHGAST Meal-Basis and NAHGAST Meal-Pro

    Engelmann, Tobias; Speck, Melanie; Rohn, Holger; Bienge, Katrin; Langen, Nina; Howell, Eva; Göbel, Christine; Friedrich, Silke; Teitscheid, Petra; Liedtke, Christa (2017)
    Since human nutrition is responsible for about 30 % of the global natural resource use and in order to decrease resource use to a level in line with planetary boundaries, Lukas et al. (2016) proposed a re-source use reduction in the nutrition sector by a factor 2 (Material Footprint). The catering sector needs clearly defined indicators to assess their business activities' impact on ecology, social aspects, economic value, and health status. Within the project NAHGAST two sets of indicator...
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