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Scientific publications

Diversifying deep transitions

Kemp, R., Pel, B., Scholl, C., & Boons, F. (2022), Diversifying Deep Transitions: Accounting for socio-economic directionality; Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, Volume 44, September 2022, 110-124

A deeper sense of urgency: a plea for responsible exnovation

Pierre Delvenne, Sarah Delvaux, Céline Parotte

How do knots get tied? Ecological goods in environmental markets, the case of aquaponics in Belgium

Sarah Delvaux

Transition ‘backlash’

Pel, B. (2021), Transition ‘backlash’: Towards Explanation, Governance and Critical Understanding, Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, Vol. 41: 32-34

Lost in the Dual Transition

Pel, B., Fransolet, A., Delvaux, S., Ferreras, I., Barslund, M., Delvenne, P., Lenaerts, K., Calay, V., Parotte, C., Callorda Fossati, E., Bauler, T. (2022), Lost in the Dual Transition: Theoretical, methodological and normative cleavages in Labour/Decarbonisation transition discourse, to be presented at 14th International Conference of the European Society for Ecological Economics (ESEE) , Pisa (ITA), June 14-17

Bridging decarbonisation and labour market in sustainability transitions

Pel, B.

Deliverables

D.4.2.1 Exploratory interview methodological protocol

This deliverable kickstarts the qualitative fieldwork of WP4 “Anticipating low-carbon/labour pathways in salient selected sectors”. This involves the empirical exploration of possible and desirable futures in the salient economic sectors selected for LAMARTRA case studies. This deliverable reports on the method used to identify key stakeholders, the methodological choice to design the exploratory semi-structured interview guide, the use of personal data, the formal invitation to an interview, and the translated versions of the protocol and the invitation into FR, NL, and EN.

D3.2 Data request to StatBel

In early May 2022 an application for access to detailed Labour Force Survey data for Belgium was sent to the BelStat. Data access was granted 18 May 2022. A copy of the application follows after this section. Additional data request may follow once we have an overview of what can be achieved with the Belgian LFS (see Annual network report for details).

D3.1.1 Quantitative data analysis and modelling

The purpose of this note is to have a basis for framing discussions within the research consortium on the quantitative analysis in WP3 of the LAMARTRA project. The note describes a number of data sets we suggest using in WP3 (initially, and potentially beyond WP3), where the data come from and how the data sets are connected. One data set does not necessarily map to only one academic study, and it is possible that a data set will not yield an academic study (e.g., if the data cannot support a study for one or more reasons).

Deliverable 4.2.1 Exploratory interview methodological protocol

This deliverable D.4.2.1 kick starts the qualitiative fieldwork of WP4 “Anticipating low-carbon/labour pathways in salient selected sectors”. This  involves the empirical exploration of possible and desirable futures in the salient economic sectors selected for LAMARTRA case studies. This qualitative analysis follows the methods of the sociology of expectations as applied often in innovation studies, exploring actors’ expectations of the future (Brown and Michael 2003), through a combination of interviews and workshops.

D.4.1.1 ‘Internal research note foresight studies of transitions and change in labour market’

This deliverable connects to WP 4 ‘Anticipating low-carbon/labour pathways in salient selected sectors’. The aim of this WP is to bridge quantitative and qualitative data by conceptualizing and managing the setting up of a foresight methodology: WP4 aims at identifying desirable futures as well as at describing the pathways to reach them for each of the four cases of the LAMARTRA project. This document is a deliverable of Task 4.1 ‘Literature Review: inventory of anticipated transitions’. It includes an ‘Internal research note foresight studies of transitions and change in labour market’ (D.4.1.1) and initial suggestions toward an ‘Internal research note grey literature related to transitions and change in labour market’ (D.4.1.2.).

D.4.1.2 Internal research note grey literature related to transitions and change in labor market

This document reports an ‘Internal research note
foresight studies of transitions and change in labour market’. The aim of this WP is to develop desirable low-carbon/ labour futures and the
pathways to reach them, for each of the four cases of the LAMARTRA project, through
the conceptualization and the setting up (and its management) of a foresight
exercise. The ambition of this foresight exercise is to move beyond continuity-based
(Raskin & Swart, 2020), business-as-usual exercises focusing on either the
environmental or the labour aspects and expert-dominated, ‘technocratic’ foresight that
ignores situated experiences, fears and hopes of transitions. By contrast, the foresight
exercise as we see it encompasses both the environmental and labour aspects of
transitions and includes both expert and non-expert knowledge. It also seeks to bridge
quantitative (WP3) and qualitative data (WP4), and to inform consistent and
comprehensive transitions strategies and federal-level policies (cross-sectorial, multilevel
governance, short- and long-term).

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