Readings

Burch, S. (2009) Local Responses to Climate Change: An exploration of the relationship between capacity and action. Doctoral Dissertation.

 

Burch, S. Robinson, J. (2007). A framework for explaining the links between capacity and action in response to global climate change. Climate Policy 7: 304-316.

 

Dale, A. (2005), A perspective on the evolution of e-Dialogues concerning interdisciplinary research on sustainable development in Canada. Ecology and Society, Vol 10 No 1, pp. 37. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol10/iss1/art37/

 

Dale, A., Ling, C. & Newman, L. (2008). Does place matter: Sustainable community development in three Canadian communities. Ethics, Place, & Environment.11(3) 267-281.

 

Dale, A., and Naylor, T. (2005), Dialogue and public space: An exploration of radio and information communications technologies. Canadian Journal of Political Science, 38: 203-225.

 

Grubb, M., Kohler, J. & Anderson, D. 2002. Induced technological change in energy and environmental modelling: Analytic approaches and policy implications. Annual Review of Energy & the Environment 21: 271-308.

 

Newman, L. & Dale, A. (2005) The Role of Agency in Sustainable Local Community Local Environment 10(5): 477-486.

 

Robinson, J., Bradley, M., Busby, P., Connor, D., Murray, A., Sampson, B. & Soper, W. (2006). Climate change and sustainable development: Realizing the opportunity. Ambio 35: 2-8.

 

Seyfang, G. & Smith, A. 2007. Grassroots innovations for sustainable development: Towards a new research agenda. Environmental Politics 16: 584-603.

 

Seymoar, N.-K., Z. Mullard and M. Winstanley. 2009. City to city learning. Vancouver: International Centre for Sustainable Communities

 

Stake, R. (1995). The Art of Case Research. California: Sage Publications.

 

Unruh, G. Understanding Carbon Lock-in, Energy Policy 2000; 28: 817-830.

 

Yin, R. K. 2003. Case Study Research: Design and Methods. Sage: Thousand Oaks, CA.