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Several major EU research projects have recently conducted case study research on community-based sustainability initiatives in Europe: [[TESS]], [[TRANSIT]], [[PATHWAYS]], [[ARTS]], [[PATHWAYS]] and [[ENABLE]]. They collectively provide a variety of case studies, from [[community-based initiatives]] to [[transnational networks]].
Case studies span Europe and typically focus mainly on a particular issue or domain of action, often resulting from the scope of the research project or interests of researchers (e.g. food production/consumption; renewable energy production/consumption; transport; waste; economy; forest and biodiversity; civic engagement, education, etc.). Nevertheless, in most cases the scope of action of the local initiatives or national/transnational networks covers multiple sectors or domains, reflecting the holistic approach that characterises much community-based action.
===Examples of case studies:===
*[[Coopernico Energy Cooperative]]
*[[Eno Energy Cooperative]]
*[[Energy Scotland]]
*[[Transition Lucioles]]
*[[Aran Islands Energy Cooperative]]
*[[Energy Communities Tipperary Cooperative]]
*[[Highland Perthshire Cycling]]
*[[Transition Black Isle ]]
*[[Huntly Development Trust]]
*[[Transition Lucioles]]
*[[Greener Kemnay]]
*[[Miixer ]]
*[[Mull and Iona Community Trust]]
*[[Cothrom Restore]]
*[[Zero Waste Pays d’Auray]]
*[[Comrie Development Trust Colintraive and Glendaruel Development Trust]]
*[[PeR: Renewable Energy Park]]
*[[Orendain Municipality]] (Gipuzkoa, Spain)
*[[Amalurra Community]]
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