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See detailThe community economies of Esch-sur-Alzette: rereading the economy of Luxembourg
Taylor Aiken, Gerald UL; Schulz, Christian UL; Schmid, Benedikt UL

in Voluntary Sector Review (2020)

This article outlines the community economies of Esch-sur-Alzette, the ‘second city’ of Luxembourg. ‘Community economies’ – an approach outlined by J.K. Gibson-Graham – draws attention to alternative ... [more ▼]

This article outlines the community economies of Esch-sur-Alzette, the ‘second city’ of Luxembourg. ‘Community economies’ – an approach outlined by J.K. Gibson-Graham – draws attention to alternative narratives of economic development and the representation of economic identity. Despite (the Grand Duchy of) Luxembourg’s reputation as a European Union centre, with substantial finance and tax activity, Esch-sur-Alzette is a post-industrial and multilingual melting pot. The alternative narrative here is of the multiple community-based organisations and movements in Esch-sur-Alzette: an energy cooperative, urban gardening, an upcycling clothing factory, a local food shop and restaurant, and vibrant civil society discussions and interventions in (inter)national politics. Civil society, while central to both understandings of grassroots environmental action and the community economies framework of Gibson-Graham, takes on quite a different flavour in Luxembourg. This article then takes the case of Luxembourg to reread the relationship of the state to the so-called third sector, in doing so defending the political possibilities of community economies. [less ▲]

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See detailBoden für Postwachstum
Schulz, Christian UL

in Hertweck, Florian (Ed.) Architektur auf gemeinsamem Boden. Positionen und Modelle zur Bodenfrage (2020)

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See detailÜberfällig? Thesen zur Postwachstumsplanung
Schulz, Christian UL

in Blog Postwachstum (2020)

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See detailQualitatives Wachstum in Stadt und Land? Elefant im Raum und zugleich leerer Signifikant
Becker, Tom UL; Hesse, Markus UL; Schulz, Christian UL

in Reckinger, Carole; Urbé, Robert (Eds.) Sozialalmanach 2019. Schwéierpunkt: Qualitativen Wuesstem (2019)

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See detailDie ‚Circular Economy‘ als Ausweg aus der Wachstumsfalle? Diskussionsbeitrag
Schulz, Christian UL

in Reckinger, Carole; Urbé, Robert (Eds.) Sozialalmanach 2019. Schwéierpunkt: Qualitativen Wuesstem (2019)

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See detailMit oder gegen den Strom? Postwachstumsplanung in der Fishbowl
Lamker, Christian; Schulze Dieckhoff, Viola; Grotefels, Susan et al

in PND online (2019), 2018(2), 1-10

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See detailGrenzüberschreitende Umwelten
Schulz, Christian UL

Article for general public (2018)

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See detailStadtplanung trifft Sozialunternehmen
Schmid, Benedikt UL; Schulz, Christian UL

Article for general public (2018)

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See detailEnvironmental economic geography and environmental inequality: challenges and new research prospects
Braun, Boris; Oßenbrügge; Schulz, Christian UL

in Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsgeographie (2018), 62(2), 120-134

The environmental dimension and sustainability- related issues have increasingly gained momentum in Economic Geography. This paper argues that integrating the inequality perspective into Environmental ... [more ▼]

The environmental dimension and sustainability- related issues have increasingly gained momentum in Economic Geography. This paper argues that integrating the inequality perspective into Environmental Economic Geography (EEG) and trying to disentangle the manifold interrelationships between economic, social, and environmental disadvantage could be worthwhile efforts. Based on three case studies – the debate on urban environmental justice in German cities, the spread of alternative food systems and food-sharing initiatives in Germany, and the socially selective migration in hazard prone areas in rural coastal Bangladesh – we demonstrate that aspects of social inequality indeed matter for EEG thinking. [less ▲]

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See detailPostwachstum in den Raumwissenschaften
Schulz, Christian UL

in Akademie fuer Raumforschung und Landesplanung. Nachrichten (2018), 47(4), 11-14

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See detailDiverse alternatives empirical evidence from German speaking scholarship
Schulz, Christian UL; Krueger, Robert

in Local Environment (2018), 23(7), 675-679

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See detailFallstudie Großherzogtum Luxemburg
Decoville, Antoine; Feltgen, Valerie; Klein, Olivier et al

in Arch + (2018), 231

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See detailGreen financing, interrupted. Potential directions for sustainable finance in Luxembourg
Dörry, Sabine; Schulz, Christian UL

in Local Environment (2018), 23(7), 717-733

This paper has a quintessentially explorative character. It aims at identifying existing as well as potential (yet missing) links between the finance industry and local businesses that aspire to more ... [more ▼]

This paper has a quintessentially explorative character. It aims at identifying existing as well as potential (yet missing) links between the finance industry and local businesses that aspire to more sustainable economic practices. Building on the observation that green investments have been gaining weight in global investors’ strategies, we analyse how sustainable – in the most comprehensive sense of the word – green investments could ultimately be(come), when green assets are still managed according to the logic of “financialised finance”. This latter’s technologies of commodification, securitisation and derivatives-trading allegedly oppose alternative economic practices that pursue economic sustainability through social and environmental gains. In contrast, we investigate how the finance industry relates to alternative financial practices, products and organisations that offer sustainability-oriented financing services, – for example, regional banks, cooperatives and the like, – with a specific focus on green, social and solidarity businesses. Both approaches subscribe to apparently contradictory ideologies. We establish a beneficial dialogue between the opposing models of “green capitalism” and “alternative economies” so as to identify potential points of intersection. The context of Luxembourg’s local/regional economies provides a great opportunity to empirically access three levels of investigation: the private sector, the public sector and an international financial centre, a key facilitator for green finance, thus utilising insights from the concept of bricolage. Whilst supporters of Luxembourg’s emerging green finance profile recognise its positive impact on the small country’s national branding, in combination with economic stimuli, more critical commentators point to pure “green washing” effects. [less ▲]

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See detailStadt‐ und Raumentwicklung Luxemburg
Chilla, Tobias; Schulz, Christian UL

in Akademie für Raumforschung und Landesplanung (Ed.) Handwörterbuch der Stadt‐ und Raumentwicklung (2018)

Die räumliche Entwicklung Luxemburgs ist geprägt von einer hohen sozio-ökonomischen Dynamik mit starken grenzüberschreitenden Verflechtungen. Erst in den vergangenen 15 Jahren etwa ist ein modernes ... [more ▼]

Die räumliche Entwicklung Luxemburgs ist geprägt von einer hohen sozio-ökonomischen Dynamik mit starken grenzüberschreitenden Verflechtungen. Erst in den vergangenen 15 Jahren etwa ist ein modernes Planungssystem etabliert worden, das auf kommunaler wie nationaler Ebene verankert ist. [less ▲]

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See detailUrban energy transitions through innovations in green building
Affolderbach, Julia; JUNG ép. PRELLER, Bérénice UL; Schulz, Christian UL

in König, Ariane (Ed.) Sustainability science (2018)

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See detailGreen Building Transitions - Regional Trajectories of Innovation in Europe, Canada and Australia
Affolderbach, Julia; Schulz, Christian UL

Book published by Springer (2018)

This volume analyzes sustainability-related innovations in the building sector and discusses how regional contexts articulate transition trajectories toward green building. It presents ‘biographies’ of ... [more ▼]

This volume analyzes sustainability-related innovations in the building sector and discusses how regional contexts articulate transition trajectories toward green building. It presents ‘biographies’ of drivers and processes of green building innovation in four case studies: Brisbane (AUS), Freiburg (GER), Luxembourg (LU), and Vancouver (CA). Two of them are relatively well known for their initiatives to mitigate climate change – particularly in the building sector, whereas the other two have only recently become more active in promoting green building. The volume places emphasis on development paths, learning processes, and innovations. The focus of the case studies is not restricted to purely technological aspects but also integrates regulatory, procedural, institutional, and other processes and routines and their influence on the variations of the building sector. The diversity of the selected case studies offer the reader the opportunity to gain a thorough understanding of how sustainability developments have unfolded in different city regions. Case study-specific catalogues of transition paths provide insights to inform policy debates and planning processes. The catalogues identify crucial innovations (technological, regulatory, etc.) and explain the factors and circumstances that have led to their success and broader acceptance in Freiburg, Vancouver, Luxembourg, and Brisbane. With the help of a number of micro case studies within each of the four city regions, the case studies also offer ground for comparison and identification of differences. The book represents the outcome of the GreenRegio project, which stands for ‘Green building in regional strategies for sustainability: multi-actor governance and innovative building technologies in Europe, Australia, and Canada.’ GreenRegio was a 3-year CORE-INTER research project funded by the National Research Fund Luxembourg (FNR) and the German Research Foundation (DFG). [less ▲]

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