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    • Mobilising the Citizens for the Socio-Ecological Transition 

      Elsen, S; Schicklinski, J (Earthscan, 2016)
      The central assumption of our work was that any strategy developed to enhance socio-ecological transition is unlikely to yield strong results unless the resources of regional and local actors are mobilised and the complex ...
    • Socio-Ecological Transitions in Green Spaces Resource System 

      Schicklinski, J (Earthscan, 2016)
      Ecological resilience and further ecological and social outcomes of the resource system green spaces are endangered by a persisting economic growth logic manifesting itself in ongoing city soil sealing and urban sprawl, ...