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Moesker, K. (author), Pesch, U. (author), Doorn, N. (author)
As global issues such as climate change and diminishing resources become increasingly pressing, water recycling has moved into the focus. However, the successful implementation of Direct Potable Water Reuse (DPR) projects hinges on securing public acceptance, which remains challenging. This paper aims to flesh out possible reasons for the...
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Brackel, A.K.C. (author), Boelens, Rutgerd (author), Bruins, Bert (author), Doorn, N. (author), Pesch, U. (author)
Coastal megacities all over the world face challenges related to climate adaptation, ecosystem protection and inclusive development. In response, governments develop high-level and long-term climate adaptation plans to guide coastal development. In Metro Manila, a consortium of Dutch and Philippine consultants developed the Manila Bay...
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van Uffelen, N. (author), Taebi, B. (author), Pesch, U. (author)
Energy justice is often approached through the four tenets of procedural, distributive, restorative and recognition justice. Though these tenets are important placeholders for addressing what type of justice issues are involved, they require further normative substantiations. These are achieved by using principles of justice to specify why –...
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Heezen, Marjolein (author), Pesch, U. (author), Correljé, A. (author), Van Zoonen, Liesbet (author), Ten Kate, Janneke (author)
Smart cities are proposed as a solution for problems of urbanization. Technologies associated with smart cities involve the monitoring of human activities and resulting data streams. These technologies affect certain public values, which may be subject to change depending on their sociotechnical development. This paper presents a method that...
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Ruiten, Kyra (author), Pesch, U. (author), Rodhouse, T.S.G.H. (author), Correljé, A. (author), Spruit, Shannon (author), Tenhaaf, Antje (author), Dijkshoorn, Jochem (author), van den Berg, Susan (author)
This paper describes the decision-making process regarding the siting of a high voltage transmission line in the southern part of the Netherlands by TenneT, the Transmission System Operator responsible for the electricity infrastructure. TenneT started this siting process by deploying conventional decision-making procedures, which have the...
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Piltz, I.G. (author), Annema, J.A. (author), Pesch, U. (author)
Experts in the Netherlands have lately debated the novel policy idea to freely apply municipal solid waste incineration bottom ash (MSWIBA). In this paper, we map this ambivalent and unforeseeable, subjective, expert debate. This will help policymaking because more knowledge on subjective expert viewpoints and perceptions allows for clustering...
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Rodhouse, T.S.G.H. (author), Cuppen, E. H.W.J. (author), Pesch, U. (author), Correljé, A. (author)
Societal value co-creation is an emerging practice in renewable energy projects. Despite its increasing popularity, however, unclarities persist regarding its operationalisation. This paper provides relevant insights by explaining how expectations of societal value co-creation evolved and became performed in a co-creative energy hub project in...
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Kaandorp, C. (author), Pessoa, Igor T.Moreno (author), Pesch, U. (author), van de Giesen, N.C. (author), Abraham, E. (author)
Decarbonisation of the built environment is needed to abate the use of fossil fuels and greenhouse gas emissions. In the city of Amsterdam, multiple bottom-up initiatives have been initiated to reach these goals. In this paper, we explore how energy justice is reshaped by these initiatives on an urban scale. This is done by a case study on a...
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Pesch, U. (author)
The need to adapt to climate change brings about moral concerns that according to ‘eco-centric’ critiques cannot be resolved by modernist ethics, as this takes humans as the only beings capable of intentionality and rationality. However, if intentionality and rationality are reconsidered as ‘counterfactual hypotheses’ it becomes possible to...
journal article 2022
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Pesch, U. (author)
In this chapter, the COVID-19 crisis is examined as an episode that reveals various complications in the relation between values and institutions. I argue that these complications cannot be addressed satisfactorily by ethics, as this field is characterised by a gap between the identification of values worth pursuing and the effectuation of...
book chapter 2022
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Pesch, U. (author)
TThis chapter presents the sociotechnical value map (STVM) as a method to<br/>map out values in a sociotechnical system. To identify these values, the publics<br/>that are or can be related to a given technology must be traced. The STVM<br/>combines elements from evolutionary theory of technology development and<br/>value sensitive design (VSD)....
book chapter 2022
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Correljé, A. (author), Pesch, U. (author), Cuppen, Eefje (author)
In this paper, we take inspiration from original institutional economics (OIE) as an approach to study value change within the highly complex assembly of sociotechnical transformations that make up the energy transition. OIE is examined here as a suitable perspective, as it combines Dewey’s pragmatist philosophy and a methodological...
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Haye Geukes, H. (author), Pesch, U. (author), Correljé, A. (author), Taebi, B. (author)
The North Sea Consultation was set up to resolve conflicting claims for space in the North Sea. In 2020, this consultation process resulted in the North Sea Agreement, which was supported by the Dutch Parliament and cabinet as a long-term policy; however, the fishing sector felt excluded, left the consultation process, and does not support the...
journal article 2021
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Rodhouse, T.S.G.H. (author), Pesch, U. (author), Cuppen, E. H.W.J. (author), Correljé, A. (author)
In Energy Social Science (ESS), the concept of imagined publics is used to describe how energy actors perceive societal groups around new energy technologies and projects. Findings indicate that imagined publics often build upon deficit assumptions; people are (unjustly) considered unknowledgeable, incapable, unwilling and irresponsible...
journal article 2021
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van Heuveln, K.H.J. (author), Ghotge, R. (author), Annema, J.A. (author), van Bergen, Esther (author), van Wee, G.P. (author), Pesch, U. (author)
The objective of this study is to identify factors that influence actual electric vehicle (EV) drivers’ acceptance of Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) charging. The study takes a qualitative approach in order to provide insight into actual EV users’ perceptions of V2G technology and their underlying motivation to accept or not accept V2G. The Theory of...
journal article 2021
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Pesch, U. (author)
New technologies will have a big impact on our public life-world, suggesting that it is necessary to have a public debate on innovation. Such a debate is missing: instead of having a debate on the process of technology development, only expected effects of new technologies are discussed. This is undesirable as innovation processes recruit...
journal article 2021
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Tsalidis, G.A. (author), de Santo, Elena (author), Gallart, Jose Jorge Espí (author), Corberá, Joan Berzosa (author), Blanco, Frederic Clarens (author), Pesch, U. (author), Korevaar, G. (author)
MSocial Life Cycle Assessment (S-LCA) uses a life cycle perspective to assess social impacts of products, and the S-LCA guidelines describe developing the system boundaries based on a factory-level perspective. However, such a perspective may exclude stakeholders with a negative social performance which are cooperating with a factory but are...
journal article 2021
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Pesch, U. (author)
This paper examines the intrinsic relation between institutions and social justice. Its starting point is that processes of institutionalization invoke societal groups to articulate justice demands which, in their turn, give rise to processes of institutional redesign. In liberal democracies, demands for justice are articulated as a pursuit...
journal article 2021
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Cuppen, Eefje (author), Ejderyan, Olivier (author), Pesch, U. (author), Spruit, S. (author), van de Grift, E.M.H.R. (author), Correljé, A. (author), Taebi, B. (author)
Energy controversies have been widely studied. Such studies are, however, generally based on either single case studies, providing rich and in-depth understanding of (local) dynamics of planning and implementation processes, or they focus on understanding responses to a specific technology (not bound to a location). Therefore these studies...
journal article 2020
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Pesch, U. (author), Vermaas, P.E. (author)
Rittel and Webber connected their notion of “wicked problems” to three fundamental planning dilemmas. Many approaches within public administration theory have explicitly addressed wicked problems yet hardly paid attention to the dilemmas. We revisit the planning dilemmas to find out their potential relevance for current administration theory...
journal article 2020
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