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245 00 Co-creating sustainable urban futures :|ba primer on
applying transition management in cities /|cNiki
Frantzeskaki, Katharina Holscher, Matthew Bach, Flor
264 1 Cham :|bSpringer International Publishing,|c2018.
300 1 online resource (415 pages).
338 online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier
347 text file|2rdaft|0http://rdaregistry.info/termList/
490 1 Future city,|x1876-0880 ;|vvolume 11
504 Includes bibliographical references.
505 0 Intro; My Experience with Transition Management; Contents;
Transition Management in and for Cities: Introducing a New
Governance Approach to Address Urban Challenges;
Introduction; How Has Transition Management Been Applied?;
Outline of the Book; Part I: Introduction of Transition
Thinking in Urban Context and Theoretical Grounds of
Transition Management in and for Cities; Part II:
Applications of Transition Management in Cities; Part III:
What Transition Management Could Offer in Different
Contexts; Part IV: Reflecting on the Impacts of Transition
Management in Cities.
505 8 What This Book Is About and How to Read ItReferences and
Further Readings; Part I: Introduction of Transitions
Thinking in Urban Context and Theoretical Grounds of
Transition Management in and for Cities; Understanding the
Urban Context and Its Challenges; Introduction; Change and
Its Challenges; Sustainable Development; Persistent
Problems and System Failures; The Urban Context; Defining
the Urban; Urban Challenges; Scopes of Urban
Sustainability; Governing the Urban; Urban Governance for
Sustainability; References; Introducing Sustainability
TransitionsA Thinking in Urban Contexts.
505 8 Introducing Transitions to SustainabilityWhat Are
Transitions?; Transitions Studies; Core Principles; Co-
evolution; Coordinated Emergence; Evolutionary Revolution;
Key Conceptual Frameworks; Multi-level Perspective; Macro
Level; Meso Level; Micro Level; Inter-level Interaction;
Multi-phase Model; Multi-path; Power and Agency;
Approaches to Sustainability Transitions in the Urban
Context; Geographical Approach (Cities as Transition
Spaces); Complexity Approach (Cities as ̀Convergence
HubsA); Governance Approach (Cities as Innovation
505 8 Cities as Transitionscapes to Discover Processes and
Actions of Agents of ChangeFurther Reading; References;
Transition Management: Guiding Principles and
Applications; Influencing Transitions: The Transition
Management Approach; From Understanding to Acting for
Sustainability Transitions in Cities; Transition
Management Basics; Governance Principles; Governance
Framework; Strategic; Tactical; Operational; Reflexive;
Putting Transition Management into Practice; Orienting;
Phase 1: Setting the Scene; Phase 2: Exploring Local
Dynamics; Phase 3: Framing the Transition Challenge.
505 8 Phase 4: Envisioning a Sustainable CityAgenda Setting;
Phase 5: Reconnecting Long-Term and Short-Term; Phase 6:
Engaging and Anchoring; Activating; Phase 7: Getting into
Action; Reflecting; Transition Management in and for
Cities; References; Urban Planning and Transition
Management: Rationalities, Instruments and Dialectics;
Urban Planning: A Brief Introduction; Evolving
Rationalities of Urban Planning; Rationalism in Urban
Planning; Incrementalism in Urban Planning; Participation
and Advocacy in Planning; Collaborative Planning;
Strategic Planning; Multi-level- and Metropolitan
520 8 This book provides rich knowledge on how to understand and
actively contribute to urban sustainability transitions.
It combines theoretical frameworks and tools with
practical experiences on transition management as a
framework that supports urban planning and governance
towards sustainability. The book offers the opportunity to
become actively engaged in working towards sustainable
futures of cities. Readers will be equipped to understand
the complexity of urban sustainability transitions and
diagnose persistent unsustainability problems in cities.
The heart marks the variety of very different local case
studies across the world, including Rotterdam in the
Netherlands, La Botija in Honduras, Sydney in Australia
and Cleveland in the US.
588 0 Print version record.
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655 4 Electronic books.
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700 1 Holscher, Katharina,|eeditor.
700 1 Bach, Matthew,|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
700 1 Avelino, Flor,|eeditor.
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