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Defining sustainability? Insights from a small village in Bosnia and Herzegovina
The term “sustainability” is flexible as it needs to function in many different contexts and across many issues. At the same time, this flexibility makes it difficult to assess and easy to misuse. Over the last three ...
Unintentional unfairness when applying new greenhouse gas emissions metrics at country level
The 2015 Paris Agreement sets out that rapid reductions in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are needed to keep global warming to safe levels. A new approach (known as GWP*) has been suggested to compare contributions of long- ...
Pathways of climate resilience over the 21st century
The impacts of climate change are affecting human societies today. In parallel, socio-economic development has increased the capacity of countries around the global to adapt to those impacts although substantial challenges ...
Zooming Into the Ecosystem: Agency and Politics Around Open Data Platforms in Lyon and Berlin
Open data platforms provide free access to datasets in key areas of urban development. Often managed by the local state, open data platforms constitute a part of smart city strategies worldwide, serving different, potentially ...