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van Baars, Chiel (author)
Heavy traffic in the city of Amsterdam has damaged the 17th-century bridges and quays over the past years. To prevent further damage and expand the lifespan of both existing and renovated structures, a maximum axle load of 7,5 tonnes is mandated in the city centre. Currently, the municipal waste collection department has a permanent exemption...
master thesis 2024
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Znabei, Meron (author)
Addressing the global challenge of water scarcity, particularly in the context of Sustainable Development Goal 6, underscores the critical need for effective water resource management. Central to this management is the control of dams in river basins, which poses complex decision-making challenges often labeled as wicked problems. Many-Objective...
master thesis 2023
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Berry, Madison (author)
In an increasingly conflict-ridden world, ensuring sustainable access to essential services for vulnerable populations presents a considerable challenge. Existing best practices for sustainable development, including participatory processes and community-led, collaborative governance structures, often overlook applications in conflict settings....
master thesis 2023
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ATHANASAKIS, THEODOSIOS (author)
master thesis 2023
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Jamadar, Zeeshan (author)
Anthropogenic climate change has led to irreversible Sea level rise (SLR), underscoring the urgency to implement adaptation measures. With there being a series of challenges to implement SLR adaptation, international standardisation emerges out to be a solution to address these challenges. In this research, an attempt is made to identify SLR...
master thesis 2023
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Insinger, Emma (author)
This thesis addresses the issue of teacher shortages in Dutch primary education. The first section of the study encompasses a multi-actor analysis of the Primary Education sector and provides a comprehensive overview of the recent efforts to reduce the teacher shortage. <br/>Next, utilising Q-methodology, profiles of three types of teachers are...
master thesis 2023
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Yovanka Elisabeth, Yovanka (author)
The United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have emphasized the role of businesses in addressing global environmental and social challenges. As a result, companies are increasingly focusing on sustainability and integrating sustainable development goals into their business models. However, this transition presents complex and...
master thesis 2023
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Hendrikse, Mila (author)
in this research, I study the Nitrogen Crisis by comparing Twitter content to real-life events, answering the following research question: How does the intensity of emotions and discussed topics on social media relate to the characteristics of real-life demonstrations during a sustainability policy crisis? To characterise online events,...
master thesis 2022
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Nawaz, Mobeen (author)
In the wake of tackling energy poverty by its roots and protecting vulnerable groups, the European Commission introduced the so-called Renovation Wave, aiming to renovate 35 million inefficient buildings by 2050. However, even though the Renovation Wave was aimed to tackle energy poverty, recent studies have shown that renovation policies have...
master thesis 2022
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Nair, Pranav (author)
The advent of the 21st century has seen economies worldwide increasingly investing towards developing smart and sustainable innovations for addressing social and environmental challenges such as climate change, adapting to demographic change, public health care an well-being etc. These challenges, often referred to as 'grand challenges' are...
master thesis 2021
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Babić, Amila (author)
In the recent years, police violence and discrimination towards minorities have become widely criticized by news outlets and within society. The trust in the police has decreased over the last years as ethnic profiling and the deaths of multiple people of colour have come to light. The police law enforcement and their officers have been...
master thesis 2021
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Ziere, Koen (author)
In order to find the possibilities of implementation of e-flows in Dutch water management, it is necessary to first explore the current role of e-flows in projects, plans and policies. Data collection is primarily done through interviews. In addition to this, analysis of policy documents is used as a method of data collection. The collected...
master thesis 2021
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Sarva, Sahiti (author)
This research identifies a method to evaluate the fairness and stability of existing Pareto optimal policies in the context of transboundary water resource allocations. Using the case study of the Susquehanna river basin, the fairness of efficient policies was evaluated using utilitarianism, egalitarianism and prioritarianism. Stability was...
master thesis 2021
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Meijer, Joran (author)
Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) has seen a recent surge in policy uptake, but currently lacks guidance on clear institutionalisation in practice (Burget et al., 2017; Owen et al., 2021). Formal standards have tremendous potential as a possible instrument in order to meet societal challenges due to the anticipatory and inclusive nature...
master thesis 2021
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Ritchie, Eilidh (author)
Despite the mission of universities to help engineering students develop leadership, many engineers perceive that this ambition is not being met in practise, but often later in engineers’ professional careers. This work on engineering education explores how educational organisations can support engineering student’s leadership development using...
master thesis 2020
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Tejedor Galindo, F.H. (author)
In a globalized world, the rapid development in digital technologies and finance has enabled the successful growth of Airbnb around the world. The basic idea behind this growth is to take advantage of the underused assets —houses, apartments, or rooms and to profit from them. The spectacular growth in main cities has caused the social fabric of...
master thesis 2020
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Nouws, Sem (author)
Participatory Value Evaluation (PVE) is a webtool-based participation method that is used to increase participation by others than the usual suspects. In PVE, respondents are asked to allocate a budget or points to a portfolio of projects that reflect real policy options, therewith evaluating the projects by stating their preferences. However,...
master thesis 2020
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Visser, Swaen (author)
In Indonesia, river pollution due to inorganic solid waste has become an enormous issue. This article explores the (re)production of relations between communities, river and inorganic solid waste in the Surabaya River Basin. It does so by analysing activities based on interviews, observations and measurements. It tries to explain the current...
master thesis 2019
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Neeli, Abhishek (author)
In today’s fast growing and competitive environment, keeping up with changing trends has become a necessity for firms to beat the competition. A relatively new form of innovation with a growing community of people have stated that Business Model Innovation is essentially the key to successful organizations nowadays. Several companies are failing...
master thesis 2019
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van den Eijnden, Lieke (author)
In this research a framework is proposed including factors involved for success in multi-mode standardization. This framework was applied to identify the relevant factors in the case of phosphorus recovery in form of struvite from municipal wastewater. The following eleven factors were deemed to be relevant by experts:‘financial strength’, ...
master thesis 2019
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