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Oosterhoff, Laura (author), Perry, L.K. (author), Weber, G.K.J. (author), Wiegers, Lotte (author), Zhou, Y. (author)
The Dutch greenhouse industry contributing 19% of the national carbon emissions, highlights its significant role in the ever-increasing environmental, social, and political challenges developing from climate change. Geopolitical tensions including the war in Ukraine and the Covid-19 pandemic, coupled with resource scarcity and a world population...
student report 2024
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Ejaz, Mahaa (author), Ter Heide, Tim (author), Prikanowski, Sandy (author), Shazly, Floyd (author), van Staveren van Dijk, Valdemarr (author)
The Netherlands holds the title of the world’s second-largest exporter of agricultural goods, primarily due to Wageningen University’s pioneering research and innovation. However, this success has led to significant challenges. Intensive farming practices have strained resources and disrupted local water and soil cycles, sparking protests from...
student report 2024
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ten Bosch, Gijs (author), Tian, J. (author), Umasankar, G. (author), Voncken, Christel (author), Zwienink, Leonie (author)
Currently, the Southwestern Delta is ill. The inability to produce its essential ecosystem services hinders the Delta from being healthy. Systems that make the Delta economy prosper are the main reasons for this obstruction. If current hazards like salinisation, soil depletion, and nitrogen pollution continue; the livelihood of the peri-urban...
student report 2024
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Amieva Gomez, Ana Paula (author)
The Paraná Delta, a vital component of the La Plata river basin, is facing severe environmental degradation due to human activities and external pressures. This thesis explores the adaptive capacity of the deltaic system and stakeholders in the ‘Los Pájaros y sus Pueblos Libres’ reserve (LPPL), aiming to propose a strategy for sustainable...
student report 2023
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Mejia, Francisca (author)
As an archipelagic territory of 7,641 islands, the Philippines is dealing with multiplicities of identities, resources, and risks that are pressured by a centralized and homogenizing development paradigm, fragmenting critical socio-spatial landscapes that further creates a hyper-vulnerable state in the face of the climate crisis. The project...
master thesis 2023
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XIANG, DANYI (author)
The survival and development of the city of Maastricht are facing enormous threats from the increasingly frequent and severe fluvial floods, while the leisure industry is the most vulnerable to flood damage as a crucial segment of the economy, accounting for about 50% of the total economic damage. However, flooding is essentially just a natural...
master thesis 2023
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Gorokhova, Anna (author)
The Wadden Sea Region spans the Dutch, German, and Denmark coasts, creating one of the most culturally and environmentally rich areas, recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage in 2009 (Centre, U. W. H, 2009). The natural and cultural value of the heritage site possesses unique features and characteristics that are important to preserve for future...
master thesis 2023
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Alzate Martinez, Fábio (author)
The Blue Heart is the deltaic territory composed of the IJssel Estuary, IJsselmeer-Markermeer, Wadden Sea, and the reclaimed polders of Flevoland and Wieringermeer. The Blue Heart is a globally important node of migration of aquatic species and birds due to its delta estuary geomorphology. However, the same deltaic conditions that allowed...
master thesis 2023
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Jiang, Minyue (author)
The frequency of flooding events is estimated to increase in the Rhine Basin. Cities are becoming increasingly sensitive to climate change, and urban sprawl and urban population growth are bringing more and more people and areas into the risk. The thesis project is about the flooding resilience future in the lower Rhine River basin. The lack of...
master thesis 2022
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Inglezaki, Katerina (author)
Murcia, one of Spain’s autonomous communities, is located in south-eastern Spain. The region is a gigantic irrigation machine operated by farmers, cooperatives, and increasingly foreign-owned multinationals or large supermarkets that either cultivate their own land or lease from smaller plot owners. It comprises a sector that has managed to make...
master thesis 2022
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Elango, oviya (author)
Emergence of humans as the dominant species of the planet have come along with extreme manipulation of the earth’s systems to sustain this dominance. The Anthropocene has lasted a little over 200 years has perhaps seen the most shift from completely natural systems to requiring an additional man-made system to aid exponential growth of our...
master thesis 2022
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Cortes Macias, Monserratt (author)
The Yucatán Peninsula in Mexico, known by the name of Mayapán by the Mayan civilization, remained an enclosed and remote area during every major historical transition of the country (Colonization, Independence from Spain, Internal Civil War). Located between the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea, this rich landscape remained forever in the...
master thesis 2022
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Kalligeri Skentzou, Anna (author), Verkleij, Charlotte (author), Speulman, Manon (author), Zhang, Yueqi (author)
Mankind is exhausting natural resources. Therefore, the need to transform the linear material flows towards circular chains is increasing. Steel is a material that is produced and used globally and has high potentials for recycling. However, in the maritime sector, steel is currently barely recycled, let alone reused in a more direct way....
student report 2022
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Schouls, Margot (author), Mellink, Chaniek (author), Alzate Martinez, Fábio (author), Noorman, Julie (author)
student report 2022
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Huang, Chloe (author), Koch, Matthijs (author), YU, Zhuo (author), van Hal, Sophie (author)
Different government bodies, from the European Union down to the Port of Rotterdam Authority have implemented the policy goal to become circular by 2050 to minimize demand and dependence on finite resources. However, a circular economy - an economic model in which materials circulate in closed loops and waste is viewed as a resource - is vastly...
student report 2022
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Muller, Larissa (author), Spanos, Charalampos (author), CHARILAOU, ANDRIA (author), Charatkar, Sanika (author)
The Port of Rotterdam has always been a pivotal player in the energy sector. Predominantly, in the oil-based generation of energy and the consequent export of raw material. However, there is a need for a systemic shift in the energy sector as the Netherlands embarks toward its goal to become 100% carbon neutral by 2050. <br/>An analysis of the...
student report 2022
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Asmita Puspasari, Asmita (author)
The evolutions of human culture–nature relationships from histories demonstrate all changes in how people manage and perceive their land. In the past, the relationship between humans and nature was known to have high interdependency reflected by integrating people’s activities and behaviour towards nature. This integration can be seen through...
master thesis 2021
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Wei, Baokun (author)
The project envisioned a social-ecological resilient waterfront for Rotterdam. By focusing on the outer dike area of Rotterdam, it aims to protect the port from flooding ,and at the same time create more nature habitat for biodiversity. With creating a resilient river, it can re-realize the role of industry and reconnect them into resource flows...
master thesis 2021
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Qi, Kailun (author)
Xichong is located in the southeast of Shenzhen on the Dapeng Peninsula. Xichong Beach is the longest and most popular beach in Shenzhen. The landscape structure of Xichong shows a gradation from the sea to the mountains. The beach is located on the sea, followed by dunes. Windbreaks stand on the dunes to resist high winds. Further in is the...
master thesis 2021
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Zhang, Zhongjing (author)
The formation of this triangular land and lasting cultivation upon it has transformed the Red River Delta into a highly anthropocentric rice-based delta. The delta area is affected by climate change variability as externalities, a fast and persistent urban expansion and environmental degradation presenting an increasing socio-ecological...
master thesis 2021
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