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Tziourrou, Patrisia (author)
The Cyprus island(s) of 2022 is divided into the North and South sides, on the Turkish and Greek sides, since the war of 1974. 47 years of an intentional post-conflict (bio)political process of erasure of the pre-war shared identity between Orthodox and Muslims that leads to a series of critical socio-cultural and environmental conditions. In...
master thesis 2022
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Bechmann, Clarissa (author), Liu, Shiru (author), Steenbergen, Emy (author), Zhang, Minshi (author)
Nowadays, circular economy is of growing importance in the social, economic, and environmental fields. The realisation happens on different scales. First steps towards a circular economy have already been taken, but it will take time before a circular world is reached. Also, under the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), the bio-based concept...
student report 2022
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Bollen, Thomas (author), van Driesum, Joost (author), Fagalde, Madeleine (author), KAPERONI, AGAPI (author), Su, Yuqian (author)
Steel is a widely used and very circular material, it can be recycled endlessly but that consumes a lot of energy, therefore, it is one of the most polluting industries in the world. Only 2% of this pollution is caused by production, the other 98% is caused by transportation during the production and recycling process. Half of the pollution...
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Kalentzi, Arda (author), Schoemakers, Miriam (author), Vitkutė, Rūta (author), Xu, Shiming (author)
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de Jong, Anne (author)
The accelerated rate of climate change questions the capacity of current infrastructures to adapt to altered future climate conditions, specifically in areas prone to floods, such as the Rhine-Meuse-Scheldt delta. Simultaneously the unforeseen effects of ‘hard’ engineering approaches (such as dams, storm surge barriers, defensive coastal...
master thesis 2021
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Cassan, Hadrien (author)
The Parisian urban region is currently experiencing Europe’s largest urban transition centered around a 200 km mobility network (the Grand Paris Express) and intended to project the city beyond its historic boundaries and into the 21st century. This inevitable urban restructuring is reconfiguration spatial, socio-political, and cultural...
master thesis 2021
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Bērziņš, Jānis (author)
The Baltic Sea region is facing multiple ecological and socio-economic challenges that will significantly influence the coastal communities and habitation on the coastline in the future. Eutrophication, decline of fish resources, climate crisis, and sea-level rise are the effect of irreversible anthropogenic actions in the region, which demand...
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Oppenhuis, Lotte (author)
This research begins with a fascination for nonhuman activeness. This is based within a theoretical framework of multispecies world, in which nonhumans are seen as active beings that continuously disturb. Seeing nonhumans as active beings causes some policies, or interventions, to look strange. One of these policies in the Netherlands is the new...
master thesis 2021
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van Eeden, Paul (author), Yao, Xinqi (author), Richard, Céleste (author), Jansen, Anouk (author)
While attempting to find an answer to the question of how we could become sustainable and circular by 2050, we discovered that it was quite difficult to even imagine what South Holland, the Netherlands or the world, for that matter, would look like. The questions that arose quite quickly were, among others: how many people will live here then?...
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Helmerhorst, Daan (author), van Delden, Jonah (author), Meijer, Lisanne (author)
The province of South Holland is one of the biggest drivers of the Dutcheconomy with almost a quarter of the gross national product earned in thisregion. The agrifood sector is the largest contributor with an annual turnover ofabout € 5.5 billion. About half of the surface of the province is dedicated to thissector, entailing many jobs and...
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van Ommen, Isabel (author), do Nascimento, Luiz (author), Roberts, Matthew (author), NAMWANJE, PRISCILLA (author), van Overveld, Robert (author)
Currently the Construction & Demolition (C&D) sector in South Holland produces 2.581.840 tons of waste every year, it is also responsible for 50% of raw material usage and 35% of CO2 emissions. This issue is aggravated when considering the 200.000 houses that still need to be built in the region in the upcoming decade, increasing the...
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de Jong, Jannine (author), Jansen op de Haar, Carmen (author), Shapiro, Ohad (author), Wang, Jiaqi (author), Corbeek, Max (author)
By 2050, South-Holland will transform into a transition based urbanity with value change at its core. Currently, consumers are disconnected from where their food is produced, leading to a high environmental impact, unhealthy choices and social injustice to the farmers’ work. The proposed strategy of change for the region would see South Holland...
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den Hartog, Dieuwertje (author), Ntafou, Faidra (author), ten Hove, Joell (author), Francissen, Sanne (author), Valentini, Sofia (author)
The changing climate pressures the resilience of cities and nature all over the world, putting the position of historically valuable urban and natural environments at risk. The province of South-Holland has economically evolved around the unique triple delta landscape. In order to keep its economically competitive position and take environmental...
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Geers, Mark (author), Cui, Jasmine (author), Chabayeuski, Nadya (author), Bouma, Rosemarijne (author)
Currently, the agricultural system of South Holland causes many externalities including subsidence, increased flood risks by poor water management, a loss of biodiversity, air pollution and economic problems due to the nitrogen tax. Given these problems, the following research question is chosen: can improving ecological conditions and...
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Grgic, Petra (author)
The globalization that we are facing completely transformed the world as we knew it fifty years ago. The historical era we live in today is cha- racterized by the use of technology, which is one of the factors that made globalization possible. While some time ago it was possible to define and identify the “center” of powers, of cities, it became...
master thesis 2021
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Rezikalla, Minalies (author)
Despite the increasing demand for women’s participation in the growing economy, the persisting gender inequality in current societies has a significant spatial factor contributing to inhibiting women from accessing various facilities and economic opportunities, further undermining them from enhancing their social mobility and decreasing gender...
master thesis 2021
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Xue, Ziyang (author)
The tourism of Amsterdam has undergone rapid growth. However it has also brought negative impacts. The space and environmental resources are under the massive pressure of tourism. First, In the situation of overtourism, Amsterdam needs to regulate development of tourism; Second, in the situation of post corona virus, the shrinking situation...
master thesis 2020
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He, Binghui (author)
The phenomena of climate change interacts with the complexity of urban system, which reflect sptially on the process of urbanization. One of the effects of climate change is an increased flooding hazards, and when floods occur this has a severe impact on human lives and comes with vast economic losses. The city of The Hague aims to achieve the...
master thesis 2020
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Virvidaki, I. (author)
The scope of this graduation thesis is to examine up to what extent nomadism as a way of life and human existence can inform spatial planning and landscape design concerning risk mitigation and adaptation to the uncertainty of the future, and eventually, reconceptualise the resilience framework within the spatial context of the Wadden Sea Region...
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Peters, Boaz (author)
The thesis describes the development of the oil and gas industry in Arctic Norway. This sudden increase in wealth is causing urban developments and strong inequalities across different scales. Furthermore, it is causing friction between indigenous Sámi and non-indigenous worldviews, sustained within the culturally fragile county of Finnmark. The...
master thesis 2020
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