By way of illustration: A transition to CO2-neutral mobility requires changes from people in their daily lives (i.e. at the micro level, eg, different choices in means of transport, different time schedules, different weekend outings, etc.), from organisations (i.e. at meso level, eg, Shell will have to embrace a different business model, car manufacturers have to make adjustments, energy suppliers have to move to other markets, etc.), and at a national and international level (i.e. at the macro level, eg, the infrastructure of charging stations must be built, legislation must reduce CO2-emission, etc.). This may mean that the systemic conditions for an intervention to be effective are considered (e.g., charging station infrastructure is conditional for the adoption of electric vehicles); that systemic effects of the intervention are anticipated (e.g., increased sales of electric vehicles will affect Shell's earnings, which will intensify lobbying at political level); or whether it concerns systemic interventions (e.g., electric driving services that use networks).