The project Governing the green shift in Oslo, Gothenburg and Copenhagen through leadership of co-creation (GREENGOV) aims to create new and cutting edge knowledge about the challenges and dilemmas public leaders face in governing the green shift in Oslo, Copenhagen, Gothenburg and Cape Town. The focus is on political and administrative leadership in networks and co-creation arenas, and how leadership affects the outcomes towards sustainable, low carbon cities.
The project is supported by the Research Council of Norway, and has a total budget of 12 mill. NOK.
vid Mistra Urban Futures
Doktor vid Mistra Urban Futures
Cape Town, South Africa
Funding Chalmers participation during 2017–2019 with 246,998.00 SEK