Palgrave Macmillan, Springer Nature, 2017. 301 p. — (International Political Economy Series) — ISBN: 9781349951758The extent of the transformation ahead of us can barely be overestimated. In terms of profound impact, it is comparable to the two fundamental transformations in the world’s history: the Neolithic Revolution, i.e., the invention and spreading of farming and animal husbandry, and the Industrial Revolution, which Karl Polanyi (1944) called the “Great Transformation”, meaning the transition from agricultural to industrialized society. “German Advisory Council” on Global Change Contents Transition The Deadlock of the Thermo-Industrial Civilization: The (Impossible?) Energy Transition in the Anthropocene Uncertainties, Inertia and Cognitive and Psychosocial Obstacles to a Smooth Transition Towards the Post-Carbon Society: Searching for Signs of the Transition and Identifying Obstacles The Degrowth Imperative: Reducing Energy and Resource Consumption as an Essential Component in Achieving Carbon Budget Targets Rethinking Austerity Austerity Pasts, Austerity Futures? Coffee, Toast and a Tip? Initial Reflections on the Transformation of the Self Frugal Abundance in an Age of Limits: Envisioning a Degrowth Economy Case Studies Cloughjordan Ecovillage: Modelling the Transition to a Low-Carbon Society Challenges for Wind Turbines in the Energy Transition: The Example of an Offshore Wind Farm in France Social Partners, Environmental Issues and New Challenges in the Post-Carbon Society Landfill Culture: Some Implications to Degrowth Social Actions Transformed in a Post- Carbon Transition: The Case of Barcelona
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