Transdisciplinary Knowledge Co-production: A guide for sustainable cities

Kerstin Hemström, David Simon, Henrietta Palmer, Beth Perry, Merritt Polk

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How can we create new practices for research collaboration that mirror the complexities we are facing around the world, including the impacts of climate change, widening inequalities, decreasing biodiversity and untenable consumption levels? Transdisciplinary co-production aims to address this issue, by focusing on real-world problems through collaborative processes that include a wide variety of knowledge and expertise. Using practical examples, the authors identify how transdisciplinary co-production can generate usable knowledge for sustainable urban futures.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationRugby
PublisherPractical Action Publishing
Commissioning bodyMistra Urban Futures
Number of pages192
ISBN (Electronic)9781788531481
ISBN (Print)9781788531450
Publication statusPublished - 15 Mar 2021

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