Co-Operatives As Social Innovation – How Older Models Of Social Enterprise Are More Relevant Than Ever
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2.1 CIVIL ENGINEERING
Ireland faces a number of socio-economic issues, including, an over-reliance on fossil fuels, inequality, unsustainable approaches to urban regeneration and unbalanced regional development. This chapter will demonstrate how social enterprise can lead to the implementation of socially innovative responses to addressing these issues.
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