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  • Business makes a ‘journey’ out of ‘sustainability’: creating adventures in Wonderland? 

    Milne, Markus J; Kearins, Kate; Walton, Sara
    This paper provides a critical exploration of the ‘journey metaphor’ promoted in much business discourse on sustainability - in corporate reports and advertisements, and in commentators’ reports in the political and ...
  • Emerging energy transitions: PV uptake beyond subsidies 

    Ford, Rebecca; Walton, Sara; Stephenson, Janet; Rees, David; Scott, Michelle; King, Geoff; Williams, John; Wooliscroft, Ben
    In the past decade there has been a substantial increase in the uptake of residential solar photovoltaic (PV) systems globally, which is starting to impact upon traditional electricity systems. An emerging energy transition ...
  • Energy Behaviour of SMEs in New Zealand 

    Walton, Sara
    This  project  is  part  of  the  wider  Energy  Cultures  2  MBIE  funded  research  programme   examining  energy  in  households,  transport,  and  business.     The  research  aim  of  this  project  was  to  examine ...
  • The energy cultures framework: Exploring the role of norms, practices and material culture in shaping energy behaviour in New Zealand 

    Stephenson, Janet; Barton, Barry; Carrington, Gerry; Doering, Adam; Ford, Rebecca; Hopkins, Debbie; Lawson, Rob; McCarthy, Alaric; Rees, David; Scott, Michelle; Thorsnes, Paul; Walton, Sara; Williams, John; Wooliscroft, Ben
    The energy cultures framework was developed in 2009 to support interdisciplinary investigation into energy behaviour in New Zealand. In this paper, we discuss the framework in light of 5 years of empirical application ...
  • Energy Transitions: Lighting in Vanuatu 

    Walton, Sara; Doering, Adam; Gabriel, Cle-Anne; Ford, Rebecca
    Lighting Vanuatu began in 2010 as a two-year project funded through The Australian Aid - Governance for Growth Programme. The primary objective of the project was to increase access of portable solar lanterns for rural ...
  • Entrepreneurial Actors in Transport Systems. An Energy Cultures Perspective 

    Walton, Sara; Hyde, Abbe; Patel, Vibhuti
    Moving to a low carbon economy in New Zealand requires a considerable shift in the current transport system as a whole (Carrington et al, 2014). Indeed, the New Zealand transportation system in has a number of key issues ...
  • Exploring career: A study of career meanings in changing workplaces 

    Walton, Sara
    The concept of career by its very nature has evoked a variety of responses and involves study across disciplines. Despite the various approaches, most discourse regarding career is often taken from an external or objective ...
  • Future of Work: Dunedin 

    Walton, Sara; Ruwhiu, Diane; O'Kane, Paula; Cathro, Virginia
  • High Value Manufacturing in New Zealand to 2040 

    Ruwhiu, Diane; Walton, Sara; O'Kane, Paula
    The Work Futures Otago project analyses and forecasts the trends, future projections and potential disruptions in New Zealand with a time horizon of 2040. We utilise the power of a narrative approach to construct scenarios ...
  • ICT in Dunedin to 2040 

    Walton, Sara; O'Kane, Paula; Ruwhiu, Diane
    The Work Futures Otago project analyses and forecasts the trends, future projections and potential disruptions in New Zealand with a time horizon of 2040. We utilise the power of a narrative approach to construct scenarios ...
  • The triple-bottom-line: benchmarking New Zealand’s early reporters 

    Milne, Markus J; Tregidga, Helen; Walton, Sara
    If recent pronouncements and events are any barometer, many organisations in New Zealand look set to begin issuing Triple-Bottom-Line reports. Such reports are intended to communicate an organisation’s social and environmental ...