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August 2017
The disruptive rise of the sharing economy has inspired multiple social innovations embodying significant potential towards achieving urban sustainability in crucial areas like low-carbon mobility. Increasingly, consumers in such sharing systems participate in activities of value co-creation together with firms and peers, such as through enforcing rules that help maintain trust and reciprocity. Why do people choose to invest their time and energy in co-creating values that may benefit wider social and environmental sustainability in the sharing economy?
June 2015
Chinese Financial and Economic Publishing House

Produced by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), in collaboration with Tongji University, this Chinese-language textbook aims to inform China’s economic structural transformation and its move towards ecological civilization.