Daniel Hausknost
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A transition to which bioeconomy? An exploration of diverging techno-political choices
D Hausknost, E Schriefl, C Lauk, G Kalt
Sustainability 9 (4), 669, 2017
752017
The political dimensions of Payments for Ecosystem Services (PES): Cascade or stairway?
D Hausknost, N Grima, SJ Singh
Ecological Economics 131, 109-118, 2017
422017
A systematic review of the evidence on decoupling of GDP, resource use and GHG emissions, part II: synthesizing the insights
H Haberl, D Wiedenhofer, D Virág, G Kalt, B Plank, P Brockway, ...
Environmental Research Letters 15 (6), 065003, 2020
352020
Debating transformation in multiple crises
U Brand, A Brunnengräber, S Andresen, P Driessen, H Haberl, ...
OECD, 2013
352013
The environmental state and the glass ceiling of transformation
D Hausknost
Environmental Politics 29 (1), 17-37, 2020
292020
Decision, choice, solution:‘Agentic deadlock’in environmental politics
D Hausknost
Environmental Politics 23 (3), 357-375, 2014
232014
Facilitating low-carbon living? A comparison of intervention measures in different community-based initiatives
M Schäfer, S Hielscher, W Haas, D Hausknost, M Leitner, I Kunze, ...
Sustainability 10 (4), 1047, 2018
182018
Investigating patterns of local climate governance: How low‐carbon municipalities and intentional communities intervene in social practices
D Hausknost, W Haas, S Hielscher, M Schäfer, M Leitner, I Kunze, ...
Environmental Policy and Governance 28 (6), 371-382, 2018
172018
Large scale societal transitions in the past
M Fischer-Kowalski, D Hausknost
WWWforEurope Working Paper, 2014
152014
Nachhaltige Nicht-Nachhaltigkeit: warum die ökologische Transformation der Gesellschaft nicht stattfindet
I Blühdorn, F Butzlaff, M Deflorian, D Hausknost, M Mock
transcript Verlag, 2020
132020
The politics of selection: Towards a transformative model of environmental innovation
D Hausknost, W Haas
Sustainability 11 (2), 506, 2019
132019
A systematic review of the evidence on decoupling of GDP, resource use and GHG emissions, part I: bibliometric and conceptual mapping
D Wiedenhofer, D Virág, G Kalt, B Plank, J Streeck, M Pichler, A Mayer, ...
Environmental Research Letters 15 (6), 063002, 2020
102020
‘Society Can’t Move So Much As a Chair!’—Systems, Structures and Actors in Social Ecology
D Hausknost, V Gaube, W Haas, B Smetschka, J Lutz, SJ Singh, ...
Social ecology, 125-147, 2016
102016
Transformationsnarrativ und Verantwortlichkeit: Die gesellschaftstheoretische Lücke der Transformationsforschung
I Blühdorn, F Butzlaff, M Deflorian, D Hausknost
IGN Position Paper Jan, 2018
82018
Developing Resource use Scenarios for Europe
M Fischer-Kowalski, D Wiedenhofer, W Haas, I Pallua, D Hausknost
WWWforEurope Working Paper, 2013
82013
The role of innovation in a socio-ecological transition of the European Union
D Hausknost, W Haas
NEUJOBS Working Papers D 1.4. http://www. neujobs. eu/publications/socio …, 2013
62013
Transformation research and academic responsibility. The social theory gap in narratives of radical change
I Blühdorn, F Butzlaff, M Deflorian, D Hausknost
IGN Interventions. Wien: Institut für Gesellschaftswandel und Nachhaltigkeit, 2018
52018
There never was a categorical ecological imperative: a response to Ingolfur Blühdorn
D Hausknost
Global Discourse 7 (1), 62-65, 2017
42017
Degrowth and democracy
D Hausknost
Routledge handbook of ecological economics. Nature and society. Abingdon …, 2017
42017
Large scale societal transitions in the past. The Role of Social Revolutions and the 1970s Syndrome
M Fischer-Kowalski, D Hausknost
Soc. Ecol. Work. Pap., Social Ecology Working Papers 152, 62, 2014
42014
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