'Technology gives rise to new forms of social behaviour'
‘Our society is marked by a strong technological component, which gives rise to new forms of social behavior. You can see this happen, for example, in neighborhoods where residents by way of experiment manage their own energy supply. This also stimulates them to reflect on all sorts of ways to save energy.
The relationship between the technology and society also informs discussions on the electrical car. The scientific focus is geared to this vehicle's limited range, but it is much more interesting that this new car triggers questions about mobility patterns.'
Transitions to Sustainable Development
This recent study, published by Routledge, presents and combines three perspectives on transitions to a sustainable society: complexity theory, inn
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