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van der Ende, Ruben (author)
Climate change and global warming are some of the greatest challenges the world is currently facing. This challenge has structural impacts on the natural environment as well as on human well-being. As a response to the concerns regarding climate change, the Netherlands started a renewable energy transition. Nevertheless, the realisation of the...
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van Beek, Daan (author)
Over the last couple of decades, refugee flows have been telling us a story of increasing numbers that are unlikely to go down anytime soon. The region of Eastern Africa only is home to 2.7 million people finding refuge in refugee settlements that are not often associated with permanency. UNHCR handbooks and many competent authorities state that...
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Kloosterman, Frank (author)
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ten Boske, Lisette (author)
In the future, the energy supply will primarily consist of energy from renewables, which makes energy producers and grid operators fear that grid security and reliability could be threatened. On top of a more fluctuating supply, energy demand is also expected to increase in the coming years, especially if heating will be electrical when gas is...
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van Delft, Selma (author)
To be able to solve the increasingly complex problems, governments need to collaborate with various parties. This way of policy development is called interactive policy making. Citizen participation is a specific form of interactive policy making and focusses on involving citizens in the policy making process. A relatively new online...
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Quispel, Omar (author)
Land-use change models are often used to explore future land-use. Currently, most land-use change models run a small number of predetermined scenarios. To better address the multidimensional nature of uncertainty about the future, previous studies have argued for covering a wider range of the uncertainty space than is possible with existing...
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Boele, Bastijn (author)
Small municipalities are facing problems in the field of ICT. The costs of ICT have been rising for several years. Legislation is decentralized to municipalities and this makes ICT more complex for municipalities. In addition, ICT is becoming more and more essential in society and citizens have...
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Su, Kevin (author)
To protect critical services in today's society it is necessary to mitigate and prevent risks threatening the reliability of the internet. Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices are the number one attack target on the internet. The situation will become worse as there will be an expected 40 billion IoT devices in 2025. IoT bot activity represented 78%...
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Egbers, Jelle (author)
In the battle against ever-changing cyber threats, a new ally has joined in: Cyber Threat Intelligence. Evolved from historical blacklists and anti-virus, Threat Intelligence aims to protect and inform its clients against both nation state actors, as well as cyber criminals. Threat Intelligence comes in many shapes and sizes, and for a wide...
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Tjallingii, Ivar (author)
Integrated Assessment Models (IAMs) are widely used tools for estimating climate change's impacts on the socio-economic system. However, IAMs possess a limited ability to represent the impact on vulnerable populations. Influential IAMs use highly aggregated outcomes masking significant relative differences in impacts across heterogeneous...
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Rutten, Marie Sam (author)
This study aims to make recommendations about how the Internet can be more thoroughly cleaned of Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM), focusing on the Dutch government policies. In the past years, several organizations, including the European Commission, called out the Netherlands for the role Dutch companies have in the hosting of CSAM. According...
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van der Scheer, Fuuk (author)
During the battle against COVID-19, sudden-onset disasters keep happening. These two consecutive events are different in nature and sometimes ask for counter-productive policy interventions: where the epidemic can be contained by ensuring social distancing practices, reducing the number of contacts, and offering hygienic conditions, the response...
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Vink, Jurriaan (author)
The concept of Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) is often connected to the Circular Economy (CE). According to policy plans, EPR would stimulate the transition to a CE. This thesis studies the role of EPR in the transition to a CE from an institutional perspective. It utilises a qualitative research approach, combining a literature review...
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van Vliet, Martijn (author)
The increase in the global population and the shift towards a healthier diet is leading to several global challenges such as the growing demand for safe and healthy food and therefore also for growing media. The growing media sector is looking for sustainable alternative raw materials, but at the same time the global population needs to be...
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Advani, Varun (author)
In order to achieve the goal of sustainability, industries will have to make a transition to renewable energy and a more circular production. This requires substantial investments as well as constructive cooperation between the various companies in industrial clusters. The problem addressed in this thesis is to find ways of determining optimal...
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de Jonge, Eline (author)
COVID-19 has affected many economies all over the world. Due to COVID-19 employees worldwide are forced to completely work from home suddenly. There is not much literature yet on the effects of this sudden shift on productivity. This report aims to find the factors that influence productivity most while working remotely. An in-depth single case...
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Nekeman, Roy (author)
Humans have made a significant impact on the world. The built environment, agriculture, transportation, consumption, they all have their share in this impact. This research aims to find viable alternatives for carbon capture and utilization for small biomass plants that go beyond supplying CO2 to greenhouses. The research shows that carbon...
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Bogdanovski, Jaromir (author)
The residential built environment in the Netherlands is on the verge of a transition of its thermal system. The Climate Agreement has suggested that municipalities will have to play a leading role in transitioning their neighborhoods' currently natural gas-driven heating systems towards sustainable alternatives. But changing the thermal systems...
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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...
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Pappala, Karan (author)
Urban cities are growing every day due to rising population, vehicular traffic, immigrants looking for opportunities and to accommodate this, cities are expanding and reshaping at an immense rate. People travel within a city for various purposes but the destination locations are the main reason for the movement. It is proved that locations...
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