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The 7th International Sustainability Transitions Conference will be hosted by the Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment, Energy in Wuppertal, Germany. The conference is the annual platform to share theoretical, empirical and practical advances in the field of sustainability transitions. The conference is part of the activities of the Sustainability Transitions Research Network (STRN) and is linked to the journal Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions (EIST).
So, who are the Habitat III major players? This is the question posed by CitiScope in their story published recently, and these major players include our SUSTAIN project partners.
ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability, one of the Global Taskforce’s partners, is at the forefront of the Habitat III preparation, including engagement in numerous side events.
If local governments in Europe were to choose which low-carbon technologies to implement, what could be their main criteria for evaluation? What would be the priorities of European local governments for low-carbon energy technologies based on their population size and geographical region? Is there a relationship between local governments’ priorities and their gross domestic product (GPD) per capita? These are the questions that we tried to examine in our research paper published this month in Energies.