The Global Ecovillage Network (GEN) and social innovation

Research report published

This research report is based on empirical research over years, including participant observation, narrative interviews and document analyses. The research was conducted in the frame of the project TRANSIT which intends to build an empirically based theory of social innovation by examining 20 global networks of social innovation. The 124 pages long research report on GEN and the two local ecovillages of Schloss Tempelhof in Germany and Tamera in Portugal plus three summaries can be downloaded from the TRANSIT website. The long report is to download under:

Kunze, I. and Avelino, F. (2015) Social innovation and the Global Ecovillage Network (TRANSIT research report), TRANSIT: EU SSH.2013.32-1 Grant agreement no: 613169

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