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  • == Transition in Germany == <blockquote>''Main page: [[Transition in Germany]]''</blockquote>
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  • ...eld of renewable energy technologies: A literature review 2010. Case study Germany. http://base.socioeco.org/docs/schreuer-ea-2010-literature-review-energy-co ...schland.pdf Study on definition and market analysis of community energy in Germany]
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  • ...eld of renewable energy technologies: A literature review 2010. Case study Germany. http://base.socioeco.org/docs/schreuer-ea-2010-literature-review-energy-co ...schland.pdf Study on definition and market analysis of community energy in Germany]
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  • ...tional Education and Training curricula: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Greece, Germany, Italy, Portugal and Romania, 2016-18: http://base.socioeco.org/docs/ssee-i ...ic and Scientific Policy of the European Parliament. Case studies: France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain, UK. 2016: http://base.socioeco.org/docs/ipol_stu_201
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  • ...iatives for renewable energy: a comparative case study of the Netherlands, Germany and Denmark 2014: https://energsustainsoc.springeropen.com/articles/10.1186 ...ing Local Energy Initiatives: Lessons from the Best Practices of Saerbeck (Germany) and Lochem (The Netherlands) 2015: http://www.mdpi.com/2071-1050/7/2/1900/
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  • ...ties. It was inspired by the [[Living in Sustainable Villages project]] in Germany, and in turn formed the basis of the international project [[Ecovillage Tra ...ortium, led by [[GEN International]] and also including [[ECOLISE]], [[GEN Germany]] and St. Andrews University.
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  • ...tional Education and Training curricula: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Greece, Germany, Italy, Portugal and Romania, 2016-18: http://base.socioeco.org/docs/ssee-i
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  • ...tional Education and Training curricula: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Greece, Germany, Italy, Portugal and Romania, 2016-18: http://base.socioeco.org/docs/ssee-i
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  • ...tional Education and Training curricula: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Greece, Germany, Italy, Portugal and Romania, 2016-18: http://base.socioeco.org/docs/ssee-i
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  • ...ic and Scientific Policy of the European Parliament. Case studies: France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain, UK. 2016: http://base.socioeco.org/docs/ipol_stu_201
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  • ...tional Education and Training curricula: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Greece, Germany, Italy, Portugal and Romania, 2016-18: http://base.socioeco.org/docs/ssee-i
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  • ...tional Education and Training curricula: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Greece, Germany, Italy, Portugal and Romania, 2016-18: http://base.socioeco.org/docs/ssee-i
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  • ...ic and Scientific Policy of the European Parliament. Case studies: France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain, UK. 2016: http://base.socioeco.org/docs/ipol_stu_201
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  • The '''Living in Sustainable Villages project''' was initiated by [[GEN Germany]] in 2017. It supports collaborations between ecovillages and nearby conven ...me regions. The '''Living in Sustainable Villages''' project is run by GEN Germany in cooperation with local authorities in Saxony-Anhalt, Thuringia and Baden
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  • ...tes – Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spai *[[Permaculture Institut e.V.]] (Germany)
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  • Trudering im Wandel, Germany: “''We have replaced our market meeting with exclusively regional and "un From Transition Town Tuebingen, Germany: "''The established projects such as CSA are running stably and have increa
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  • Partners from Norway & Germany to look at communities and exchange experiences peer to peer.
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  • ...initiation and persistence and those needed for its growth and expansion (Germany, Italy, UK, Spain)". One internal limit to the wider impact of CBIs is thei ...ork has been spatially uneven and has penetrated little in most of France, Germany and Italy, where the Network has a shorter history, with most units featuri
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  • | style="width: 20%"| [[Community energy in Germany|Germany]] ...d barriers: A comparative literature review of Community Energy in the UK, Germany and the USA, the benefits it provides for society and the barriers it faces
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  • ...ic and Scientific Policy of the European Parliament. Case studies: France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain, UK. 2016: http://base.socioeco.org/docs/ipol_stu_201
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  • == Transition in Germany == <blockquote>''Main page: [[Transition in Germany]]''</blockquote>
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  • ...e group of 20 members bought an abandoned village in a rural area in South Germany. In five years, the community has grown to 140 inhabitants. ...based on a Keyline cultivation pattern: The Schloss Tempelhof community in Germany], Leuphana Universität Lüneburg, 2016. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.27740.18566<
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