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Case Study Report – Sustainable Consumption and Production Niches

 
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Case Study Report – Sustainable Consumption and Production Niches

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Debourdeau, Ariane; Stefanie Baasch; Haran Bar-On and Katharina Umpfenbach 2012: Case study Report - D3.2: Empirical report, Berlin.

This empirical report presents the four case studies of the InContext project:. GELA - GEmeinsam LAndwirtschaften, a community-supported agriculture project and Thursday Veggie Day, an initiative to reduce meat consumption, and Municipal Energy Transition Process and Emission-Zero cooperative, two projects for citizen-led investments in renewable energies. The general purpose is to provide a better understanding of how niches of alternative and more sustainable consumption and production practices are created, and how they can later be diffused or mainstreamed. The case study  [pdf, 2.9 MB, English] report is available for download.
 

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Haran Bar-On
Ariane Debourdeau (Université Libre de Bruxelles)
Stefanie Baasch (UFZ)
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consumption, production