- Nieuwenhuis, Paul.
- Vergragt, Philip.
- Wells, Peter.
- Transportation -- Social aspects
- Transportation -- Environmental aspects
- Transportation and state
- Sustainable development
- Strategic alliances (Business)
- Greenleaf Publishing Ltd,
- 1874719802 :
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. The business of sustainable mobility Paul Nieuwenhuis and Peter Wells, ESRC Centre for Business Relationships, Accountability, Sustainability and Society, Cardiff University, UK Philip J. Vergragt, Tellus Institute, Boston, US 2. Transition management for sustainable personal mobility: the case of hydrogen fuel cells Philip J. Vergragt, Tellus Institute, USA 3. Future imperfect: the enduring struggle for electric vehicles Renato Orsato, INSEAD, Fontainebleau, France 4. Competing technologies and the struggle towards a new dominant design: the emergence of the hybrid vehicle at the expense of the fuel cell vehicle? Marko Hekkert, Utrecht University, The Netherlands Robert van den Hoed, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands 5. Institutional change in the automotive industry: or how fuel cell technology is being institutionalised Robert van den Hoed, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands Philip J. Vergragt, Tellus Institute, USA 6. System innovation in the automotive industry: achieving sustainability through micro-factory retailing Andrew Williams, BRASS Centre, Cardiff University, UK 7. Business models for relocalisation to deliver sustainability Peter Wells and Paul Nieuwenhuis, ESRC Centre for Business Relationships, Accountability, Sustainability and Society, Cardiff University, UK 8. Modularity for greening the automobile Gordon Dower, The Ridek Corporation, Washington, USA 9. Social learning through technological inventions in low-impact individual mobility: the cases of Sparrow and Gizmo Halina Szejnwald Brown and Catherine Carbone, Clark University, USA 10. The seven characteristics of successful sustainable system innovations Tom van der Horst, Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO), The Netherlands 11. Government behind the wheel and backseat driving: co-ordination and informational challenges of voluntary partnerships as programmes for stimulating sustainable technology Charles David White, University of California, Berkeley, USA 12. Process and product-oriented environmental policy within the car chain: examples from BMW and General Motors Carla K. Smink, Eskild Holm Nielsen and Tine Herreborg Jorgensen, Aalborg University, Denmark 13. The switch to CNG in two urban areas in India: how was this achieved? Mahesh Patankar and Anand Patwardhan, SJM School of Management, Mumbai, India 14. Local needs in urban transport Merih Kunur, Royal College of Art, London 15. Web-based environmental management systems for SMEs: enhancing the diffusion of environmental management in the transportation sector A.Maijala, L. Linnanen and T. Pohjola, Helsinki University of Technology and Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland 16. The reinvention of the automobile Chris Borroni-Bird, General Motors Corporation, USA 17. Conclusions: where next and when can we buy one? Paul Nieuwenhuis and Peter Wells, ESRC Centre for Business Relationships, Accountability, Sustainability and Society, Cardiff University, UK Philip J. Vergragt, Tellus Institute, Boston, USA 18. Epilogue: a day in a life in 2049 Boelie Elzen, Centre for Science, Technology and Society, University of Twente, The Netherlands W.A. Hafkamp, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands
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