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Sustainable development is grounded in change: whether it’s changing how we build our communities, how we design our transportation networks, grow our food, or build our homes. Current planning theories have a lot to say about how planning occurs, but not about how change occurs. This book introduces Transformative Incrementalism, a theory that explains the social processes involved in supporting innovative changes in sustainable communities of the future. Includes chapters from Robert Buchan, Larry Beasley, David Witty, Mark Holland, and Linda Geggie, as well as an interview with Andrea Reimer.