About The Author

I am an Assistant Professor at Southern Connecticut State University. I define myself as an environmental social scientist with research interests in: public engagement with addressing climate change and sustainable lifestyles; community-based sustainability projects; energy transitions; coastal sustainability transitions and "blue energy" developments; and behaviour change initiatives. I am currently working on research in public engagement with community-based sustainability projects; energy transitions; and coastal sustainability transitions. I welcome any opportunity to collaborate with fellow researchers who are interested in similar research interests. Please do contact me at axons2@southernct.edu

Low-Carbon Sustainability Transitions For Social Enterprises

The third sector of the economy, where social enterprises sit, has increasingly become a key driver of social progress where legislative and market failures occur. Social enterprises are a proven model for social change given the autonomous nature of the social-economic model they apply to reduce state social welfare dependence. The contribution of social enterprises