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Open Access Governance-Ansätze für nachhaltige Transformationen auf dem Prüfstand dreier Praxisfelder

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Um die planetaren Grenzen einzuhalten, müssen wir viele Produktions- und Konsummuster grundlegend ändern. Die politische Gestaltung der notwendigen soziotechnischen Transformationsprozesse wird durch Unsicherheiten, Pfadabhängigkeiten, Ziel-, Werte- und Machtkonflikte ‐ um nur einige Steuerungshemmnisse zu nennen ‐ erschwert. Klassische Umweltpolitikinstrumente allein reichen nicht aus. Der Aufsatz präsentiert sechs aus der Transformationsforschung abgeleitete Governance-Ansätze, die in der praktischen (Umwelt-) Politik bisher noch zu wenig berücksichtigt werden, und diskutiert ihre Anwendung und Umsetzbarkeit anhand dreier konkreter Handlungsfelder: Mobilität, Landwirtschaft und Ernährung sowie Digitalisierung.
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Keywords: digitalisation; exnovation; governance; meat; mobility; social innovation; societal trends; transformation; transition; vision building

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2019

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