Governing metropolitan climate-energy transition: A study of Lyon’s strategic planning

Abstract : Given that in-depth place-specific studies are needed for a better understanding of the role of cities in coping with climate change and implementing the energy transition, this paper, based on the case of Lyon (France), brings empirical evidence of how climate and energy are being governed at a city level. A comprehensive understanding of this is achieved with emphasis put on the modes of governing enacted by the local authority, as well as the positioning of the city at broader scales. The framing and localising processes involved in the policy-making process are at the core of this analysis, with a particular focus on two interrelated questions: how are climate and energy making their way as new urban issues that call for specific responses, and how do they reinforce—and are they also reinforced by—metropolitan-wide governance in a context of institutional change?
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Urban Studies, SAGE Publications, 2016, 〈10.1177/0042098015624851〉
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Laurence Rocher. Governing metropolitan climate-energy transition: A study of Lyon’s strategic planning. Urban Studies, SAGE Publications, 2016, 〈10.1177/0042098015624851〉. 〈halshs-01277544〉

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