Rescaling Sustainability, a Special Issue of Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability is complete. We have a great line-up of papers that we really think you should read.
An author pre-print of the editorial is freely available immediately:
Carr & Affolderbach (author-preprint, editorial) "Rescaling sustainability? Local opportunities and scalar contradictions"
Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability
If you have access to Taylor and Francis, you can access the individual articles below:
Note to authors, if you have a link to a freely available draft version, I am happy to post it.
K. ONeill & D. Gibbs
Towards a sustainable economy? Socio-technical transitions in the green building sector
P.V. Hall & P. Stern
Implicating waterfronts in regional sustainability
E. Dansero & M. Puttilli
Multiple territorialities of alternative food networks: six cases from Piedmont, Italy
K. McIllhenney & R. Hayter
Sustaining jobs and environment? The value-added wood industry in Metro Vancouver, British Columbia
T. Freytag, S. Gössling, S. Mössner
Living the green city: Freiburg's Solarsiedlung between narratives and practices of sustainable urban development
A. Otto & M. Leibenath
The interrelation between collective identities and place concepts in local wind energy conflicts
N. Alaily-Mattar, A. Thierstein, A. Förster
Alternative futures”: a methodology for integrated sustainability considerations, the case of Nuremberg West, Germany
J. Wilker & K. Rusche
Economic valuation as a tool to support decision-making in strategic green infrastructure planning