I’m now an independent researcher. Not all the time my research follows the scientific and academic path, but eventually it does, specially when there is a possible contribution and the academia is bubbling with something I like. Most of the work here followed the Master’s programmed I joined in 2008. I added my research interests right here.
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About this book “Facilitating Sustainable Innovation through Collaboration” takes an unusually international perspective of sustainable innovation with contributions from Australia, Europe, and North America. Prominent policy makers, scientific researchers and practitioners in this field provide various inputs and analyses relating to the development of sustainable innovations. It is expected that policy makers, organizations, individual researchers, students and even communities can further develop and implement concepts and practices by drawing on the variety of projects and theoretical foundations presented in this volume.
This and other work:
- Van der Pluijm, F. and KM. Miller and A. Cuginotti 2009. ‘Backcasting Using Principles for Implementing Cradle-to-Cradle’ in Facilitating Sustainable Innovation through Collaboration – A Multi-Stakeholder Perspective. Sarkis, Joseph; Cordeiro, James J.; Vazquez Brust, Diego (Eds.) – Springer Publishers – March 2010.
- Cuginotti, A. 2009. ‘Multi-Stakeholder Engagement for Sustainable Development – Synergies Between Appreciative Inquiry and the Natural Step Framework’. Work presented at EASY-ECO conference in Budapest – October 2009 – www.wu-wien.ac.at/inst/fsnu/budapest/papers/cuginotti.pdf- accessed on Jan 2010.
- Cuginotti, A and K. Miller and F. van der Pluijm 2008. ‘Design and Decision-making: Backcasting Using Principles to Implement Cradle-to-Cradle’. Blekinge Tekniska Högskola, Karlskrona, Sweden.
- Cuginotti, A. 2008. ‘Participatory Backcasting from Principles.’ in Sustainable System Innovations, http://augustocuginotti.com/participatory-backcasting-from-principles/ – accessed on
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