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Majied, Mohammed (author)
Responsible innovation considers the impact of a new process/product on society and the environment. It mainly refers to collaboration and communication between parties to obtain an ethically acceptable, sustainable, and socially desirable innovation. This study focuses on the factors influencing the implementing the RI framework, which consists...
master thesis 2024
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Tecourt, Auriane (author)
The urgency of the climate crisis emphasizes the importance of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, a goal that cities intend to achieve by developing their cycling infrastructure. However, sustainability includes social equity, and transport has been shown to play a role in reinforcing urban inequalities. This study seeks to understand how...
master thesis 2023
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Ansems, Suzanne (author)
master thesis 2023
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Voogd, Joris (author)
Conventional meat (CVM) and the related livestock industry are considered to contribute significantly to negative environmental impacts, animal suffering and threats to public health. Nevertheless, the demand for meat is still growing which is majorly due to global population growth. Lab-grown cultured meat (CM) is anticipated to be...
master thesis 2022
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van Wijk, Marco (author)
In order to combat the global climate crisis, our energy provision needs to be decarbonized. One of the potential methods that can help is Green Hydrogen Energy Storage (GHES). GHES is a complex technology/energy carrier combination. It comprises of a conversion process of renewable electricity to hydrogen to then be used for conversion back to...
master thesis 2022
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Kraaijvanger, Chiem (author)
As the effects of climate change are more and more materializing around the globe it is ever more important to reduce our reliance on a fossil fuel based energy system. When coupling this to an ongoing trend of urbanization in many places across the world, the energy systems of our cities become of particular interest. However, the transition...
master thesis 2022
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Roelofs, Bart (author)
In 2014 the Chinese government announced implementation of a so-called ‘Social Credit System’ which should solve three existential threats China is facing: 1. instability of the financial credit sector, 2. limitations in financial services, and 3. threats of social instability. By increasing the collection and centralization of (personal) data,...
master thesis 2022
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VARLAMI, KONSTANTINA (author)
Nowadays, research and innovation sectors undergo continuous change through innovations. Innovations consist of numerous environmental, social and financial factors that need to be linked with social and moral values. Towards this direction, the Responsible Innovation (RI) concept has emerged. Although RI is an extensively researched topic,...
master thesis 2021
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Adam Darmawan, Adam (author)
The rapid development of renewable technologies has opened the opportunity for households to produce their own energy, and to either self-consume or sell it. In the Netherlands, it is projected that not less than 7 GW of solar PV capacity will be installed in 2020. Therefore, the Netherlands is expected to experience abundant energy supply from...
master thesis 2019
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Fajar Sidiq, Fajar (author)
The improvement of access to clean water is considered one of the world’s major agenda issues nowadays. The agenda to improve water access is not only considering the quantity of water but also the quality of water that should be provided for the society. The problem of the water crisis is happening in many countries around the world and needs a...
master thesis 2019
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Dartee, Kieran (author)
One of the pillars of Dutch municipal decision-making is to stimulate citizen participation in agenda- setting and decision-making (VNG, 2018). Involving citizens in the allocation of the public budget for addressing specific challenges is a novel approach to participatory decision-making. This thesis examines the applicability of the...
master thesis 2018
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De Geest, A. (author)
Throughout the 20th century, energy has become the life blood of our society. Industries, households, and transport, they all depend on a reliable and affordable energy supply. To establish, but in case of the Netherlands mainly to sustain, a well-functioning energy supply, a great variety of projects and activities are initiated and executed....
master thesis 2016
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Fens, A.C.F. (author)
The development of a CSR capability maturity model to assess an organization's CSR performance, based on the actions and expectations that are given by the ISO26000 guideline. The research includes a study to view CSR as an organizational innovation, which has been established theoretically and validated through interviews. The development of...
master thesis 2013
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Bakkenes, H.J. (author)
When a field of short wind waves is observed, it can be seen that a slow variation in amplitude of these waves take place. Due to this amplitude variation, waves are generated with a similar time scale as this amplitude variation. These second order waves are associated in literature with the terms as surfbeat, bound waves or forced infragravity...
master thesis 2002
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West, A. (author)
master thesis 2002
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