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Perspectives on Radical Changes to Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP).
SCORE! (Sustainable Consumption Research Exchanges) is an EUfunded network project that supports the UN′s 10 Year Framework of Programs on Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP). It runs between 2005 and 2008, consists of 28 institutions, and aims to involve and structure a larger community of a few hundred professionals in this field, in the EU and beyond. Table 1 reviews the project participants.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
1. Introduction to SCORE and the Workshop Concept
Arnold Tukker

Parallel session I: Consumer Research

2. A multi-dimensional approach to the study of consumption
modern societies and the potentials for radical sustainable changes
Eivind Stø, Harald Throne-Holst, Pål Strandbakken and Gunnar Vittersø

3. How may consumer policy empower consumers for sustainable lifestyles?
John Thøgersen

4. Do information and awareness work? Rationalities and
inconsistencies in consumers behaviours
Françoise Bartiaux

5. Product Service Systems
Gerd Scholl

6. Food Consumption as a Principle of Classification and Identification. Organic and Natural Food Consumers in France
Arouna P. Ouédraogo.

7. Social capital, lifestyles and consumption patterns
Dario Padovan

8. Linking Sustainable Consumption to Everyday Life
Dr. Irmgard Schultz and Dr. Immanuel Stieß

9. Consuming technologies – developing routines
Kirsten Gram-Hanssen

10. Wavering between radical and realistic sustainable consumption policies – in search for the best feasible trajectories.
Adriaan Perrels

11. Towards a concrete sustainable consumption policy: What can we learn from examples?
Edgar Hertwich

Parallel session II. Sustainable Design

12. Review on the contribution of Design to Sustainable Consumption and Production
Carlo Vezzoli

13. Design for (Social) Sustainability and Radical Change
ass. Prof. Ursula Tischner and MSc. Martijn Verkuijl

14. Guide Me: Translating a broad societal need into a concrete product service solution
ir. Peter Joore

15. Service Notation Tools To Support Strategic Conversation For Sustainability
François Jégou.

16. The Use of Communication Tools and Policy Instruments to Facilitate Changes towards Sustainability
Cristina Rochaa, Rui Frazãob, Mats Zackrissonc and Kim Christiansend

17. Designing Alternatives
Anne Marchand, PhD Student and Dr Stuart Walker, Professor and Associate Dean

18. Eco-Innovative Cities:
Chris Ryan with Julie Web

19. Is a Radical Systemic Shift toward Sustainability possible in China?
Benny C.H. Leong

20. Co-creation: A way to reach sustainable social innovation?
Ir. S.J.F.M. Maase, Prof. Dr. Ir. C.H. Dorst

21. New approaches to welfare and housing in Finland
Cindy Kohtala

Parallel Session III: Business management/PSS; Special session on Consumption in Eastern Europe

22. Sustainable Consumption & Production, Business and Innovation
Martin Charter

23. Business models for sustainable energy
Rolf Wüstenhagena and Jasper Boehnke

24. Sustainable Innovation and the Porter Hypothesis
Marcus Wagner

25. Alternative business models for a sustainable automotive industry
Peter Wells

26. Marketing in the Age of Sustainable Development
Prof. Dr. Frank-Martin Belz

27. Integrated Product and Service Engineering – the IPSE project
Mattias Lindahl1, Erik Sundin1, Anna Öhrwall Rönnbäck1 Gunilla Ölundh2, Johan Östlin

28. Product Service Systems as a Holistic Cure for Obese Consumption and Production
Robert Wimmer, Myung-Joo Kang

29. Environmental Consciousness of Consumers in Post-Socialist Society: the Case of Estonia
Maie Kiisel

30. Emerging sustainable consumption patterns in Central Eastern Europe, with specific focus on Hungary
Edina Vadovics

Parallel Session IV: System Innovation and Policy

31. System Innovation versus Innovation Systems - Challenges for the SCP agenda
Dr. Maj Munch Andersen

32. The business enterprise & the sociotechnical regime - combining organizational innovation and system transition approaches
Fred Steward

33. Transformations in consumption and production patterns from a regime perspective
Kornelia Konrad, Jan-Peter Voß, Bernhard Truffer

34. Transition management as a model for managing processes of co-evolution towards sustainable development
René Kemp, Derk Loorbach and Jan Rotmans

35. System Innovations in Innovation Systems
Matthias Webera, Klaus Kubeczkoa and Harald Rohracherb.

36. Systemic Changes for Sustainable Consumption and Production
Oksana Mont and Tareq Emtairah

37. Elements of System Innovations for Sustainable Consumption Production
Burcu Tunçer , Michael Kuhndt

38. Sustainable consumption innovations – instrumentalization and integration of emergent patterns of everyday life
Mikko Jalas

39. Full System Resource Efficiency and Functional Surface Formalism – Analytics, Metrics
John Manouchehri
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