Post Carbon Pathways: Towards a Just and Resilient Post Carbon Future
Learning from leading international post-carbon economy researchers and policy makers
This report draws on in-depth interviews with leading international researchers, policy makers and activists on actions needed to drive the rapid implementation of large scale post carbon economy transition strategies.
Authors: John Wiseman, Taegen Edwards and Kate Luckins.
It was published by the Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute, University of Melbourne and the Centre for Policy Development in April 2013.
Post Carbon Pathways: Reviewing Post Carbon Economy Transition Strategies
This report analyses 18 of the world’s most ambitious and interesting post carbon economy transition strategies.
It was published by the Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute, University of Melbourne and the Centre for Policy Development in March 2012.
This report provides an overview of the key goals and priorities of 18 of the most promising and innovative large scale post carbon economy transition plans and strategies. The report is the first stage in a larger, ongoing Post Carbon Pathways project designed to strengthen understanding of the most effective ways of overcoming barriers to the rapid implementation of large-scale post carbon economy transition strategies.
This report focuses particularly on comprehensive large-scale post carbon transition strategies, defined as ‘documents which identify one or more integrated, plausible pathways for achieving dramatic reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, within a national or supra national jurisdiction’.