Gregory Trencher
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Beyond the third mission: Exploring the emerging university function of co-creation for sustainability
G Trencher, M Yarime, KB McCormick, CNH Doll, SB Kraines
Science and Public Policy 41 (2), 151-179, 2014
Learning through evaluation–A tentative evaluative scheme for sustainability transition experiments
C Luederitz, N Schäpke, A Wiek, DJ Lang, M Bergmann, JJ Bos, S Burch, ...
Journal of Cleaner Production 169, 61-76, 2017
Establishing sustainability science in higher education institutions: towards an integration of academic development, institutionalization, and stakeholder collaborations
M Yarime, G Trencher, T Mino, RW Scholz, L Olsson, B Ness, ...
Sustainability Science 7, 101-113, 2012
Towards the smart city 2.0: Empirical evidence of using smartness as a tool for tackling social challenges
G Trencher
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 142, 117-128, 2019
Future sustainability scenarios for universities: Moving beyond the United Nations Decade of Education for Sustainable Development
A Beynaghi, G Trencher, F Moztarzadeh, M Mozafari, R Maknoon, ...
Journal of Cleaner Production 112, 3464-3478, 2016
University partnerships for co-designing and co-producing urban sustainability
G Trencher, X Bai, J Evans, K McCormick, M Yarime
Global Environmental Change 28, 153-165, 2014
Co-creating sustainability: cross-sector university collaborations for driving sustainable urban transformations
GP Trencher, M Yarime, A Kharrazi
Journal of cleaner production 50, 40-55, 2013
Sustainable development policies as indicators and pre-conditions for sustainability efforts at universities: fact or fiction?
W Leal Filho, LL Brandli, D Becker, C Skanavis, A Kounani, C Sardi, ...
International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education 19 (1), 85-113, 2018
Stretching “smart”: Advancing health and well-being through the smart city agenda
G Trencher, A Karvonen
Smart and Sustainable Cities?, 54-71, 2020
Transformative capacity and local action for urban sustainability
V Castán Broto, G Trencher, E Iwaszuk, L Westman
Ambio 48, 449-462, 2019
The clean energy claims of BP, Chevron, ExxonMobil and Shell: A mismatch between discourse, actions and investments
M Li, G Trencher, J Asuka
PloS one 17 (2), e0263596, 2022
Revisiting carbon lock-in in energy systems: Explaining the perpetuation of coal power in Japan
G Trencher, A Rinscheid, M Duygan, N Truong, J Asuka
Energy Research & Social Science 69, 101770, 2020
Discursive resistance to phasing out coal-fired electricity: Narratives in Japan's coal regime
G Trencher, N Healy, K Hasegawa, J Asuka
Energy Policy 132, 782-796, 2019
Innovative policy practices to advance building energy efficiency and retrofitting: Approaches, impacts and challenges in ten C40 cities
G Trencher, VC Broto, T Takagi, Z Sprigings, Y Nishida, M Yarime
Environmental Science & Policy 66, 353-365, 2016
Strategies to accelerate the production and diffusion of fuel cell electric vehicles: Experiences from California
G Trencher
Energy Reports 6, 2503-2519, 2020
Overcoming barriers to developing and diffusing fuel-cell vehicles: Governance strategies and experiences in Japan
G Trencher, A Taeihagh, M Yarime
Energy Policy 142, 111533, 2020
Evaluating core competencies development in sustainability and environmental master's programs: An empirical analysis
G Trencher, S Vincent, K Bahr, S Kudo, K Markham, Y Yamanaka
Journal of Cleaner Production 181, 829-841, 2018
Drivers and barriers to the adoption of fuel cell passenger vehicles and buses in Germany
G Trencher, A Edianto
Energies 14 (4), 833, 2021
Implementing sustainability co-creation between universities and society: A typology-based understanding
G Trencher, M Nagao, C Chen, K Ichiki, T Sadayoshi, M Kinai, M Kamitani, ...
Sustainability 9 (4), 594, 2017
Student participation in the co-creation of knowledge and social experiments for advancing sustainability: experiences from the University of Tokyo
G Trencher, T Terada, M Yarime
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 16, 56-63, 2015
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