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  • Rethinking sociotechnical transitions and green entrepreneurship : the potential for transformative change in the green building sector
  • Economy ; England ; Entrepreneurship ; Firm ; Green economy ; Green technology ; House building ; Innovation ; Socio-technical transition ; United Kingdom ; Wales
  • This paper explores the development of green building sector in England and Wales and its potential role in transformative change towards a green economy. It shows that green entrepreneurs move between ‘green’ and ‘conventional’ business, evolving
  • over time, such that this is a fluid and blurred, rather than static, state. Moreover, while the green economy and the green building sector are often referred to as coherent sectors, with agreed and consistent practices, our evidence suggests
  • that they are far from agreed, that business models vary, and that there are significant contradictions within so-called green building practices.
  • Green belts : the end of an era ?
  • Patterns in the evolution of German green villages
  • Allemagne ; Green-village ; Habitat rural ; Histoire de la géographie ; Histoire rurale ; Moyen Age ; Rang ; Village
  • La structure de l'habitat, des villages-rues et différentes formes de green-villages de la partie orientale de l'Allemagne était cependant différente de l'Allemagne occidentale. Le green-village, comme forme planifiée d'habitat, n'était pas
  • traditionnel| la forme traditionnelle s'apparentant au rang. Analyse du green-village comme forme évolutive de l'habitat. Le green-village médiéval se présente comme l'expression d'un processus de planification primaire d'origine multiple tant par la date que
  • Green space planning and land use : an assessment of urban regional and green structure planning in Greater Copenhagen
  • Copenhagen ; Denmark ; Green space ; Land use ; Recreation area ; Regional planning ; Urban change
  • Public access, commons and village greens
  • A Situation report on green belts in Scotland
  • Green revolution in the Punjab: techniques, background and effects.
  • A playground for whom? Informal recreation in London's green belt
  • Explaining and interpreting ideological effects : a rhetorical approach to green belts
  • England ; Environment conservation ; Green belt ; Ideology ; United Kingdom
  • Partant de la « rhétorique de la rationalité partielle », propre au discours politique, les AA. passent au crible un discours sur les green belts. Ils en analysent les effets idéologiques comme leviers de compréhension des participants.
  • The thermal comfort in the green space of Lisbon : the gardens of the Gulbenkian foundation
  • Air temperature ; Atmospheric moisture ; Bioclimatology ; Comfort ; Green space ; Human bioclimatology ; Lisbon ; Microclimate ; Portugal ; Urban area ; Wind speed
  • This work aimed to analyse the influence of the green space on the urban thermal comfort and to know the microclimatic differentiation of the garden in fonction of the type of vegetation, topography, buildings, etc.
  • An inventory of green space in the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur
  • City;Town ; Green space ; Kuala Lumpur ; Malaysia ; Thematic map ; Urban planning
  • Environmental conservation ; Green space ; Recreation area ; Space ; Tourism area
  • The topic is connected with the issue green and open area development referring to the theory of corridors and taking into consideration foundations of the conception. The theme of analysis looks into the issue of environment preservation
  • and the balanced development of areas connected with a communication network. Attention was paid to the subject of forming a system of green open areas, recreation space, shaping along the communication axis. The green areas have a spacial significance
  • in the functioning of the natural environment. Corridors could be classified from the point of view of their functional meaning, but also the intensity of flow and the movement. Type of development in the corridor depends on the role of the green and open spaces
  • The green economy : functional domains and theoretical directions of enquiry
  • Clean technology ; Economy ; Energy transition ; Environment ; Environmental change ; Governance ; Green economy ; Man-environment relations ; Socio-technical transition ; Technological innovation
  • Focusing on literature on sociotechnical transitions, ecological modernisation, the ‘green’ cultural economy, and postpolitical governance, this article argues that understanding the functional and spatial heterogeneity of the green economy
  • necessitates a multitheoretical approach. It then explores how combining branches of research on socioenvironmental governance can lead to theoretically and ontologically richer insights into the drivers, practices, and power relations within the green economy
  • Green space ; Ljubljana ; Management ; Quality of life ; Slovenia ; Town ; Urban geography ; Urban planning
  • In cities the importance of nature is reflected in green areas. Planned management of public green areas began properly developing in the first half of the nineteenth century. Repeatedly new urban planning concepts increasingly highlighted
  • the important role of green areas. In Slovenian towns, green areas were not recognized as a special value for a long time. However, in Ljubljana one can trace the development of the importance of public, semi-public, and private green areas. - (IKR)
  • Green Revolution technologies reconsidered. Another view. The Ethiopian example
  • The societal modes of distribution are important components of the institutional setting in every society. On the basis of an example from Ethiopia, the socio-political effects induced by the technologies applied during the Green Revolution
  • Informal recreation sites in London's green belt
  • Aire de loisirs ; Berkshire ; Buckinghamshire ; England ; Essex ; Greater London ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Hertfordshire ; Kent ; Loisir ; Loisirs de plein air ; London's Green Belt ; Parc naturel ; Royaume-Uni ; Surrey
  • Community currencies : small change for a green economy
  • , and a radical green new economics strategy.
  • Quelques aspects de green villages dans le Nord de la France in Recherches de géographie rurale. Hommage au Professeur Frans Dussart.
  • France ; Green village ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Habitat rural ; Histoire rurale ; Nord, région ; Toponymie ; Village
  • Green villages in Denmark planned or spontaneous? an overview
  • Danemark ; Green village ; Habitat rural ; Histoire de la géographie ; Histoire rurale ; Moyen Age ; Village
  • L'habitat de type de green village est un phénomène très répandu au Danemark, sur les îles essentiellement, et dans la partie orientale de la péninsule de Jutland. Il semble que cette forme n'ait pas été planifiée dès l'origine mais plutôt qu'elle
  • Green growth or ecological commodification : debating the green economy in the global south
  • Brazil ; Central America ; Commodification ; Deforestation ; Ecology ; Economic growth ; Ecosystem ; Green economy ; Natural resources ; Renewable resources ; Sustainable development
  • This article examines recent institutional thinking on the green economy and the implications of official understandings and structuration of a green economy for the global South. The analysis is substantiated through two illustrative Latin American
  • examples: the Mesoamerican Biological Corridor and green economy initiatives in Brazil. These suggest that, if the green economy is to address global challenges effectively, it must be conceptualized as more than a bolt-on to existing globalizing capitalism