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Martin A. Noorkõiv

Martin A. Noorkõiv
Foundation for Science and Liberal Arts Domus Dorpatensis

Master of Arts

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Introduction
Sustainability transitions
Additional affiliations
January 2022 - present
University of Tartu
Position
  • Member of the Council
September 2018 - present
University of Tartu
Position
  • PhD Student
Description
  • Working on sustainability transitions.
Education
September 2015 - June 2017
University of Tartu
Field of study
  • Communication Studies
September 2008 - June 2014
University of Tartu
Field of study
  • Economics

Publications

Publications (2)
Article
This article explores new relationships between two sets of theories—the Multi-Level Perspective (MLP) and social practice theories (SPT)—that are applicable in planning and evaluating sustainable transition interventions. The authors propose a practical analytical framework to inform the choice of actual policy mixes and help to design and evaluat...
Article
Recent literature has turned considerable attention to the role of policy mixes in shaping socio-technical systems towards sustainability. However, the identification of relevant policy intervention points has remained a relatively neglected topic. This is a potentially significant oversight given that such intervention points constitute a mid-step...

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Project
Website: https://suursiire.ut.ee/en/home/ The basic structure and dynamics of Estonian energy and transport systems can be traced back to Western industrial states in the interwar era. Currently both systems produce large negative environmental impacts: furthermore, unequal distribution of these impacts intensifies social inequality. Estonia's success in the field of information technology might help to alleviate these tendencies. However, studies show that careless application of ICT-s might lead to worsening environmental and social conditions. The project focuses on three Estonian systems – energy, transport, communications – aiming to analyse their history and to design interventions for shaping their development onto sustainable and just path without repeating the past mistakes of industrial societies in developing, applying and regulating technologies. It is based on a novel Deep Transitions framework, conceptualizing the evolution of industrial society through the interactions of socio-technical systems.