Daniel Rosenbloom
Daniel Rosenbloom
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Framing the sun: A discursive approach to understanding multi-dimensional interactions within socio-technical transitions through the case of solar electricity in Ontario, Canada
D Rosenbloom, H Berton, J Meadowcroft
Research Policy 45 (6), 1275-1290, 2016
Why carbon pricing is not sufficient to mitigate climate change—and how “sustainability transition policy” can help
D Rosenbloom, J Markard, FW Geels, L Fuenfschilling
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (16), 8664-8668, 2020
Pathways: An emerging concept for the theory and governance of low-carbon transitions
D Rosenbloom
Global Environmental Change 43, 37-50, 2017
A COVID-19 recovery for climate
D Rosenbloom, J Markard
Science 368 (6490), 447-447, 2020
Stability and climate policy? Harnessing insights on path dependence, policy feedback, and transition pathways
D Rosenbloom, J Meadowcroft, B Cashore
Energy Research & Social Science 50, 168-178, 2019
Framing low-carbon pathways: A discursive analysis of contending storylines surrounding the phase-out of coal-fired power in Ontario
D Rosenbloom
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 27, 129-145, 2018
A tale of two crises: COVID-19 and climate
J Markard, D Rosenbloom
Sustainability: Science, Practice and Policy 16 (1), 53-60, 2020
The journey towards decarbonization: Exploring socio-technical transitions in the electricity sector in the province of Ontario (1885–2013) and potential low-carbon pathways
D Rosenbloom, J Meadowcroft
Energy Policy 65, 670-679, 2014
Engaging with multi-system interactions in sustainability transitions: A comment on the transitions research agenda
D Rosenbloom
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 34, 336-340, 2020
Deliberate decline: An emerging frontier for the study and practice of decarbonization
D Rosenbloom, A Rinscheid
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 11 (6), e669, 2020
Critical choices and the politics of decarbonization pathways: Exploring branching points surrounding low-carbon transitions in Canadian electricity systems
D Rosenbloom, B Haley, J Meadowcroft
Energy Research & Social Science 37, 22-36, 2018
A clash of socio-technical systems: Exploring actor interactions around electrification and electricity trade in unfolding low-carbon pathways for Ontario
D Rosenbloom
Energy Research & Social Science 49, 219-232, 2019
From terminating to transforming: The role of phase-out in sustainability transitions
A Rinscheid, D Rosenbloom, J Markard, B Turnheim
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 41, 27-31, 2021
Political conflict and climate policy: the European emissions trading system as a Trojan Horse for the low-carbon transition?
J Markard, D Rosenbloom
Climate Policy 20 (9), 1092-1111, 2020
Harnessing the Sun: Reviewing the potential of solar photovoltaics in Canada
D Rosenbloom, J Meadowcroft
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 40, 488-496, 2014
Building-integrated photovoltaics: distributed energy development for urban sustainability
O Temby, K Kapsis, H Berton, D Rosenbloom, G Gibson, A Athienitis, ...
Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development 56 (6), 4-17, 2014
Smart grid framing through coverage in the Canadian media: Technologies coupled with experiences
A Mallett, M Jegen, XD Philion, R Reiber, D Rosenbloom
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 82, 1952-1960, 2018
Politics and technology: deploying the state to accelerate socio-technical transitions for sustainability
L Oluf, J Meadowcroft, D Rosenbloom
What Next for Sustainable Development?: Our Common Future at Thirty, 239-259, 2019
Transition experiments: Opening up low-carbon transition pathways for Canada through innovation and learning
D Rosenbloom, J Meadowcroft, S Sheppard, S Burch, S Williams
Canadian Public Policy 44 (4), 368-383, 2018
The rise of phase-out as a critical decarbonisation approach: A systematic review
G Trencher, A Rinscheid, D Rosenbloom, N Truong
Environmental Research Letters 17 (12), 123002, 2022
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