[Iag-list] Call for Abstracts to special edition of Habitat International on "Urban Transformative Capacity: enabling sustainability transitions in and through Cities"

Megan Farrelly megan.farrelly at monash.edu
Thu Sep 29 00:25:48 AEST 2016


*Call for Abstracts on "Urban Transformative Capacity: enabling
sustainability transitions in and through Cities"*

Against the backdrop of critical urban transformation challenges, this
special issue of ‘*Habitat International’ *aims to feature new conceptual
and empirical insights into the specific capacities required for
effectively enabling, initiating, steering and performing systemic urban
change for sustainability at local and global scales. Across contributions,
the objective is to illuminate how building such capacities translates into
urban (meta-) governance, policy and practice. Analyses from the global
North and South are requested that can enable new understandings of the
similarities and differences in terms of capacity for urban transformation.
Guiding questions are: What are constitutive and distinctive components of
urban transformative capacity, and how do they interact? How can such
capacity be consistently assessed and compared between world regions,
countries and places? How can this focus on capacity contribute to
purposefully shape urban transitions towards sustainability and resilience?
Extended abstracts of 500 words (plus key references) should be submitted
by 31.10.2016 to: m.wolfram at yonsei.ac.kr. More information:
https://goo.gl/jw4Gjf

Dr Megan Farrelly
Senior Lecturer
---
*School of Social Sciences - Human Geography*
Project Leader CRC Water Sensitive Cities l Monash Water for Liveability
Chair, International Working Group for Water Sensitive Urban Design

20 Chancellors Walk
Building 11, *W819*
Monash University
Clayton VIC 3800
Australia

p:+61 3 9905 4618
m: +61 3 405 768 455
e: megan.farrelly at monash.edu <Megan.Farrelly at monash.edu>
w: *http://artsonline.monash.edu.au/human-geography/our-people
<http://artsonline.monash.edu.au/human-geography/our-people/>*

*Google Scholar: *https://scholar.google.com.au/citations?user=
kd0o1WAAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao
*Researchgate: *https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Megan_Farrelly

*Most recent publications:*
Luderitz, C., Schapke, N., Wiek, A., Lang, D., Bergmann,  M., Bos, J.J.,
Burch, S., Davies, A., Evans, J., Konig, A., Farrelly, M.A., et al. (2016)
Learning through evaluation - A tentative evaluative scheme for
sustainability transition experiments. *Journal of Cleaner Production*.
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2016.09.005

Dobbie, M.F., Brown, R.R. and Farrelly, M.A. (2016) Risk governance in the
water sensitive city: Practitioner perspectives on ownership, management
and trust. Environmental Science and Policy 55(1): 218-227.
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: <https://lists.flinders.edu.au/pipermail/iag-list/attachments/20160929/187ea41b/attachment.html>


More information about the Iag-list mailing list