His scientific interests lie mostly in Sustainability, Grassroots, Sustainable development, Civil society and Empirical evidence. While working on this project, Gill Seyfang studies both Sustainability and Citizenship. Gill Seyfang integrates Grassroots and Economic growth in his studies.
His Economic growth study incorporates themes from Supply chain, Community action and Action. His studies deal with areas such as Environmental studies, Public economics and Environmental planning as well as Sustainable development. The Sustainable consumption study combines topics in areas such as Purchasing and Public policy.
Gill Seyfang mostly deals with Sustainable consumption, Sustainability, Sustainable development, Grassroots and Economic growth. His Sustainable consumption research incorporates themes from Natural resource economics and Environmental economics. His work carried out in the field of Sustainability brings together such families of science as Sociotechnical system, Modernization theory and Action.
Gill Seyfang has researched Sustainable development in several fields, including Community currency, Social capital, Economic system and Public economics. His Economic growth research includes elements of Community action and Political economy. His Political economy study combines topics in areas such as Social policy and Social exclusion.
His primary areas of study are Sustainability, Grassroots, Civil society, Context and Public relations. His Sustainability research includes themes of Sociotechnical system, Transformative learning, Economic system and Sustainable development. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Modernization theory and Inclusion.
His Grassroots research overlaps with Niche, Empirical research, Political economy and Sustainable consumption. His study of Civil society brings together topics like Community currency and Environmental resource management. His study in the field of Ethical code is also linked to topics like Empirical evidence.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Grassroots, Civil society, Sustainability, Empirical evidence and Public relations. Grassroots is integrated with Empirical research, Context and Political economy in his research. His Civil society investigation overlaps with other disciplines such as Environmental resource management and Community currency.
His Environmental resource management study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Resource and Strengths and weaknesses. His study in Community currency is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Degrowth, Sustainable development, Ecological economics, Social capital and Economic system. As part of his studies on Public relations, Gill Seyfang often connects relevant subjects like Deregulation.
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Grassroots innovations for sustainable development: Towards a new research and policy agenda
Gill Seyfang;Adrian Smith.
Environmental Politics (2007)
Ecological Citizenship and Sustainable Consumption: Examining Local Organic Food Networks.
Journal of Rural Studies (2006)
Growing Grassroots Innovations: Exploring the Role of Community-Based Initiatives in Governing Sustainable Energy Transitions:
Gill Seyfang;Alex Haxeltine.
Environment and Planning C-government and Policy (2012)
Governance for Sustainability: Towards a ‘Thick’ Analysis of Environmental Decisionmaking
W Neil Adger;Katrina Brown;Jenny Fairbrass;Andrew Jordan.
The New Economics of Sustainable Consumption
A thousand flowers blooming? An examination of community energy in the UK
Gill Seyfang;Jung Jin Park;Adrian Smith.
Energy Policy (2013)
Grassroots innovations in community energy: The role of intermediaries in niche development
Tom Hargreaves;Sabine Hielscher;Gill Seyfang;Adrian Smith.
Global Environmental Change-human and Policy Dimensions (2013)
Shopping for Sustainability: Can Sustainable Consumption Promote Ecological Citizenship?
Environmental Politics (2005)
Public engagement with carbon and climate change: To what extent is the public ‘carbon capable’?
Lorraine E. Whitmarsh;Lorraine E. Whitmarsh;Gill Seyfang;Saffron O'Neill;Saffron O'Neill.
Global Environmental Change-human and Policy Dimensions (2011)
A grassroots sustainable energy niche?:Reflections on community energy in the UK
Gill Seyfang;Sabine Hielscher;Tom Hargreaves;Mari Martiskainen.
Environmental innovation and societal transitions (2014)
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