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  • == Commons-Based Governance== ...ources, collaboratively managed by their co-users under formal or informal governance systems.1 Their management institutions are finely attuned to the specifics
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  • ...replace, current political systems. One example is sociocracy, a system of governance that seeks to create harmonious social environments as well as productive o ...t body for the international [[Transition movement]], adopted a new shared governance model in 2018 following extensive consultation within the wider Transition
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  • ...and sustainability studies (includes integrated assessment, sustainability governance, environmental policy) <ref name="Loorbach et al. 2017"> Loorbach, D., Fran ...3-28. In Voß, Jan-Peter, Dierk Bauknecht, and René Kemp (Eds.) Reflexive governance for sustainable development. London: Edward Elgar Publishing </ref>, and st
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  • ...change: a compelling example of the practical benefits of [[commons-based governance]].
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  • == Commons-Based Governance== ...ources, collaboratively managed by their co-users under formal or informal governance systems.1 Their management institutions are finely attuned to the specifics
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  • ...regional hub for permaculture and Transition and works on [[commons-based governance]]. It is legally structured as a non-profit organisation and operates as a
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  • ...ocalisation|economic localisation]], in popular education, [[commons-based governance]], and are an important feature of many cases of [[regenerative enterprise] ...create community contracts and ensure accountability, design and implement governance and decision-making processes, develop networks, and ensure cohesion throug
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  • * Theme 10 - Inclusive Governance
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  • ...different disciplines are now calling for a shift in the premise of global governance to one of planetary stewardship <ref>Steffen, W., Persson, Å., Deutsch, L. ...- can help inform wider questions of appropriate technological choices and governance methods for society-wide transitions to sustainability. CLIs are also impo
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  • ...different disciplines are now calling for a shift in the premise of global governance to one of planetary stewardship.<ref>Steffen, W., Persson, Å., Deutsch, L. ...ssil fuel energy, and the worldviews, forms of knowledge and approaches to governance that characterise it, as historical and cultural anomalies, overcoming whic
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  • ...and to promote local development through new green jobs, while following a governance model based on transparency and public participation.
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  • ...heir work nationally. Transition Network increasingly shares coordination, governance and other roles with the national hubs network.<ref>Longhurst, N. and Patak
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  • == Ecovillages and Governance == ''main page: [[Ecovillages and governance]]''
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  • ...nd social/institutional innovation for effective partnership and inclusive governance ([[SDG16]] and [[SDG17]]). The six 'essential elements' of the SDGs identif ...replacing the logic of states and markets with that of the commons - self-governance of communities united by shared reliance on a common resource - many go bey
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  • ...se nations increased. The picture is more mixed when considering financial governance within the EU. Shares of environmental taxes in total tax revenues have sta
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  • ...of these principles brings economic interactions and decisions about their governance into the sphere of public debate in ways that ensure accountability, visibi ...m and “Commoning”: Synergies Between Ecosystem Regeneration and Social Governance at Tamera Ecovillage, Portugal. ''Antipode'' '''49'''(2): 357–376. https:
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  • - Effective local governance can ensure the inclusion of a diversity of local stakeholders, thereby crea
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  • ...Degrowth and health: local action should be linked to global policies and governance for health. Sustainability Science 10, 439–450. https://doi.org/10.1007/s
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  • ...nce in Brussels, but differ in terms of their organisation, background and governance. These initiatives’ participation in the project is purely voluntary. ...ways in which they differ are in their background, modes of financing and governance.
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  • ...rs or other stakeholders self-organise to create and implement appropriate governance and management mechanisms.<ref> Bollier, D., & S. Helfrich (eds.), 2012. Th ...a quarter of TESS case study initiatives had no formal legal organisation. Governance procedures vary in their degree of formality: some CLIs deploy structured
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  • ...l, B., Weaver, P., Strasser, T., Kemp, R., Avelino, F., Becerra, L., 2015. Governance - Co-Production challenges in Transformative Social Innovation - Transforma "Ecovillages show how governance transformations can start with socializing young individuals into alternati
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  • ...ditions adhere: a target pursued not merely by sharing profits; democratic governance and responsible management”. In countries such as France some additional
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