Session 62
Tuesday, 14 October 2003
2:00 PM-3:30 PM
Hotel Nikko San Francisco - 25th floor, Bay View
Transitions Towards Sustainability
Track 1: What does sustainability mean for industrial development?
Theme 1A: Sustainability and Underserved Populations, Sustainable Development in the 3rd World
Chair:Boelie Elzen
2:00 PM 62-1Transitions in Production-Consumption Systems
Matthias Weber, ARC Systems Research, Austria, Ines Oehme, Rohracher Harald and Spaeth Philipp
2:10 PM 62-2Transitions towards Sustainability – How to understand them and how to induce them? Session Overview
Boelie Elzen, "University of Twente, CSTS/BBT", Netherlands, Ken Green, Manchester School of Mangement, UMIST, United Kingdom
2:20 PM 62-3The Eve of Transition - Themes and Challenges to Understand and Induce Transitions
Boelie Elzen, "University of Twente, CSTS/BBT", Netherlands
2:30 PM 62-4Give Peas a Chance: Transformations in Food Consumption and Production Systems
Ken Green, CROMTEC/Institute of Innovation Research, United Kingdom
2:40 PM 62-5The Role of Local Experiments in Transition to Sustainability: The Case of Societal Embedding of ESCO Energy Saving Concept
Sirkku Kivisaari1, Raimo Lovio2 and Erja Väyrynen2, (1)VTT Technology Studies, Finland; (2)VTT Technology Studies
2:50 PM 62-6The importance of learning in transition processes
Adriaan Slob, TNO, Netherlands

Technical Program

The 11th International Conference - Innovating for Sustainability (October 12-15, 2003)