Nine percent of the papers are in the category oth ers which includes

Nine percent of the papers are in the category oth

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Nine percent of the papers are in the category ‘oth-ers’, which includes agriculture, biodiversity, con-struction, and infrastructure. The energy sectors can be subdivided into wind energy (35 percent), general (28 percent), renewables (17 percent), so-lar (17 percent) and carbon capture and storage (3 percent). 96 GLOBELICS THEMATIC REVIEW
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The complete list of papers is listed below in alphabetical order Absar, M. (2010). The impact of climate change on the glaciers, water resources and livelihood of Pakistan. Paper presented at the 8 th Globelics Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Aguayo, F. (2011). Watching the blades go round: Adoption of wind energy technology in Mexico. Paper presented at the 9 th Globelics Conference, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Aladesanmi, O., Oladipo, O. G., & Siyanbola, W. O. (2011): Environmental policy as a drive for environ-mental innovation in Nigeria. Paper presented at the 9 th Globelics Conference, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Almeida, M. F. de L., & Melo, M. A. (2012). Sustainability-oriented innovations in energy sector. Paper presented at the 10 th Globelics Conference, Hangzhou, China. Altenburg, T. & Engelmeier, T. (2012). Rent management and policy learning in green technology develop-ment: The case of solar energy in India. Paper presented at the 10 th Globelics Conference, Hangzhou, China. Andersen, A. D. (2013). The role of infrastructure in innovation-system building and transformation in the context of a pending low-carbon transition. Paper presented at the 11 th Globelics Conference, Ankara, Turkey. Andersen, M. M. (2010). Eco-innovation in the globalizing learning economy: The greening of national in-novation systems. Paper presented at the 8 th Globelics Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Baark, E., Kemp, R., & Turkeli, S. (2012). The political economy of eco-innovation governance in China and Europe: A comparative perspective. Paper presented at the 10 th Globelics Conference, Hangzhou, China. Bastos, V., Maia, G., & Conti, B. (2012). Global trends in cleaner technologies and challenges to the Brazil-ian sugarcane system of innovation. Paper presented at the 10 th Globelics Conference, Hangzhou, China. Berkhout, F., Verbong, G., Wieczorek, A., & Raven, R. (2010). Sustainability experiments in Asia: Green innovations shaping alternative development pathways? Paper presented at the 8 th Globelics Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Binz, C., Truffer, B., & Coenen, L. (2012). Systemic anchoring of global knowledge dynamics and the loca-tion of clean-tech industry: The formation of on-site water recycling in China. Paper presented at 10 th Globelics Conference, Hangzhou, China. Cabezas, S.R., Laría, P.I., & Rama, V. (2011). Wind energy in Río Negro - A new industrial district at Patago-nia (Argentina). Paper presented at the 9 th Globelics Conference, Buenos Aires, Argentina. LOW-CARBON INNOVATION AND DEVELOPMENT 97
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Carvalho, F. (2013). A portrait of eco-innovative activities in Brazilian firms: Their main determinants, pro-cesses and results. Paper presented at the 11 th Globelics Conference, Ankara, Turkey.
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