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The transition to a sustainable bio-economy: innovation and expectations

Professor Mark Harvey | Sociology | 01 October 2007

How can innovation both enhance economic growth and achieve sustainability through the development of renewable biologically-based resources to provide alternatives to petrochemical-based platforms for energy and materials? The combination of drivers ...

The food-energy-climate change trilemma: developing a neo-polanyian analysis

Professor Mark Harvey | Economic Sociology | 31 December 2013

The world is facing three unprecedented challenges: anthropogenic climate change the depletion of finite energy and material resources a growing population with increasing and changing demand for food. These three problems are deeply interconnected ...

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