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Interplay between low-carbon energy transitions and national security : An analysis of policy integration and coherence in Estonia, Finland and Scotland
Sustainable Development Goals aim for a better future, but gains are threatened by conflict and governance failures, exacerbated by climate change. While research on energy security is well-established, conceptual-analytical ...
Smart Circular Cities : Governing the Relationality, Spatiality, and Digitality in the Promotion of Circular Economy in an Urban Region
This article discusses the governance of a smart-green transition in an urban region. The focus is on how the modes of public governance relate to relationality, spatiality, and digitality, which are of vital importance ...
Participation of Young People in Legislative Processes : A case study of the General Upper Secondary Schools Act in Finland - a school bullying narrative
Laws have a major influence on the daily lives of young people. However, their role in legislative processes has been less studied. This research focuses on youth participation in the legislative processes and bullying ...
Negotiating colonial violence: spaces of precarisation in Palestine
This paper examines the ways in which colonial violence is transformed and spatialised into negotiated precarities at the occupied Palestine. The notion of “negotiated precarity” is developed herein, to refer to two aspects ...
Skatescape in the Making: Developing Sustainable Urban Pedagogies through Transdisciplinary Education
The current trend of higher education for sustainable urban development links with parallel developments in urban governance and environmental pedagogy. Many programs and policies identify cities and citizens as key drivers ...
Dromoelimination : Accelerating settler colonialism in Palestine
This paper examines the eliminatory speed of Israeli settler colonialism, particularly the ways in which settler organizations aim to accelerate the pace of elimination at the colonial frontiers in Palestine. We show, by ...
Building a DIY skatepark and doing politics hands-on
In recent years, informal and unauthorised amateur urban design solutions have become an urban trend in the global North. These Do-It-Yourself (DIY) urbanism actions can be playful commentaries, critical interventions or ...
New Actors, Administrative Measures and Conflicting Agendas : The Impact of the Pandemic on Internationalisation of Higher Education in Poland and Russia
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2023-07-20)
The Polish and Russian higher education (HE) systems evolved from similar semi-peripheral positions and centralist administration into networks of actors whose collective but uncoordinated efforts steered the internationalisation ...
Exploring the Balance between Smartness and Sustainability in Finnish Smart City Initiatives during the 2010s
In the era of rapid urbanisation, technological development, and climate change, there is an urgent need for urban sustainability. However, the globally widespread concept of a smart city has not delivered on its promise ...