Socio-ecological transition and employment implications

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This WP serves as a ground for further research analysis within the project. It is developed in two steps: (i) based on a literature review it generates a set of assumptions on socio-ecological key transitions (e.g. climate change) relevant to the labour market. (ii) In a second stage, it designs a model that allows checking if the intended changes are physically feasible and if they will help to meet policy targets.

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This Working Paper presents key parameters (cornerstones) for the material dimensions of the EU27 economy. In 2005, 5.5 billion tonnes of material were extracted from the European environment and...

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This paper analyses the role of innovation and innovation policy in a purposive socio-ecological transition of the European Union. More precisely, we ask which kinds of innovation will be required...

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This report tackles three issues. It outlines an intellectual framework for understanding socio-ecological transitions‖ as transitions between different societal energy regimes and...