A Low Carbon Society by 2050 – The Stockholm-Mälar Region Case

Author(s): Liljenström H., U. Svedin
In: Cambridge, UK: Open Book Publishers doi:10.11647/OBP.0108
Year: 2017
Type: Book chapter
Theme affiliation: Stewardship, Urban
Link to centre authors: Svedin, Uno
Full reference: Liljenström H., U. Svedin. 2017. A Low Carbon Society by 2050 – The Stockholm-Mälar Region Case. In Ekenberg, L., K. Hansson, M. Danielson, G. Cars et al. Deliberation, Representation, Equity: Research Approaches, Tools and Algorithms for Participatory Processes. Cambridge, UK: Open Book Publishers doi:10.11647/OBP.0108

Summary

This chapter is part of a book which draws on a stimulating variety of international case studies, from flood risk management in the Red River Delta of Vietnam, to the consideration of alternatives to gold mining in Roșia Montană in Transylvania, to the application of multi-criteria decision analysis in evaluating the impact of e-learning opportunities at Uganda's Makerere University.

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