Fig. 2. Transition management is a cyclical, coordinated, multi-actor process at strategic, tactical, and operational levels and is organized around four co-evolving activity clusters (1) the establishment and development of a transition arena, (2) the creation of long-term integrated visions, transition pathways, and agendas, (3) the mobilization of actors and knowledge development through experimentation, and (4) the monitoring and evaluation of the transition process (Loorbach and Rotmans 2007).