Identifying new social alliances and collaboration strategies for environmental policy
Transitions to sustainability imply that processes of change are shaped by both ecological and social perspectives. This concerns and involves environmental organizations as well as labor unions, and increasingly social and charity organizations. They share common interests in climate change mitigation, sustainability, distribution issues, and social cohesion – even though setting different emphasis. Under which conditions do co-operations occur? How are the stakeholders’ strategies, organizational structures and organizational cultures constituted, and in how far do they foster or hamper trans-sectoral co-operation?