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Table 3 Political sphere breakdown of societal transitions research using three spheres of transformation framework

From: Mapping emergent public engagement in societal transitions: a scoping review

Political sphere centred contributions Nexus with other spheres Societal transitions theoretical focus Public participation focus
42 Contributions 13 Contributions 24 Contributions 34 Contributions
Transformative flood adaptation [78,79,80,81];
Flooding and changing social contracts [82];
Marine resource governance [83,84,85];
Environmental policy developments in Ireland [26, 33, 86,87,88,89,90,91,92,93];
Transformation of food production and consumption in Ireland [94, 95];
Societal-wide transitions to low-carbon sustainability in Ireland [32, 96];
Citizens’ Assembly on Climate Change [97, 98];
Community ownership and citizen investor models for energy transitions [99, 100];
Transdisciplinary methodologies towards low carbon energy transitions [101, 102];
Classification of behaviour change initiatives [103];
A partnership approach toward sustainable SDG based transformations [104];
Transport governance in Ireland [105];
MLP based review of telework in Ireland [106];
Climate justice pathways toward zero carbon emissions by 2050 [107];
Sustainability strategies in HEIs [108];
Sustainability transitions in European residential sector [109];
Econometric analyses to predict acceptance of different energy infrastructural schemes [110];
Analysis of energy poverty in Europe [111];
Employment vulnerability and a just transition in Ireland [112];
Public participation, and climate change adaptation [113];
Environmental crisis and the wider crisis of capitalism [114];
Energy transitions in Europe and impact on energy relations and energy security [115];
Public discourse on smart grid technologies based in Irish media narratives [116]
Bio-financialisation of Irish Water [117];
Community led innovation pathways to transition [118];
The nexus between food, energy and climate [119];
Environmental activism in Ireland [120];
The Transition movement, emergence and geographical spread [121];
Energy citizenship concepts [42];
Degrowth strategies [122];
Divestment and energy justice [123];
Intersectional analysis of community energy practices [124, 125];
Risk perceptions of smart-farming technologies and practices [126];
Transdisciplinary frames towards sustainability [127];
Community drivers toward decarbonization [128]
[32, 33, 42, 78,79,80,81, 84, 93, 96, 104, 106, 114, 116, 118, 122,123,124,125, 127,128,129,130,131] [26, 32, 78, 80,81,82, 84, 85, 89, 93,94,95, 97, 98, 100,101,102,103,104, 110, 112, 113, 116, 118, 120, 121, 123,124,125,126,127,128]