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    • A conceptual framework for energy technology sustainability assessment 

      Musango, Josephine K.; Brent, Alan C. (Elsevier, 2011-03)
      Technology assessment has changed in nature over the last four decades from an analytical tool for technology evaluation, which depends heavily on quantitative and qualitative modelling methodologies, into a strategic planning ...

    • Exploring the connections between green economy and informal economy in South Africa 

      Smit, Suzanne; Musango, Josephine K. (Academy of Science of South Africa, 2015)
      The notion of an inclusive green economy in the context of sustainable development and poverty eradication requires an approach that engages with the informal economy. However, the informal economy is generally ignored ...

    • Linking complexity and sustainability theories : implications for modeling sustainability transitions 

      Peter, Camaren; Swilling, Mark (MDPI - Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute, 2014-03)
      In this paper, we deploy a complexity theory as the foundation for integration of different theoretical approaches to sustainability and develop a rationale for a complexity-based framework for modeling transitions to ...

    • So what is so unsustainable about the global economy? 

      Swilling, Mark (Health and Medical Publications Group (HMPG), 2012-03)
      In 1987 the World Commission on Environment and Development published Our Common Future. This report attempted to reconcile the ecological ‘limits to growth’, articulated by the northern green movement since the early ...

    • Sustainable development : the question of integration and coordination 

      Muller, K. (South African Association of Public Administration and Management, 2004-09)
      It could be argued that the quest for integration is at the core of sustainable development implementation issues. Although there is no simple answer to the integration challenge there is no doubt that organisational ...