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Bon, Thijs (author)
Limiting transport poverty is consequential in improving well-being and employment levels, which play meaningful roles in deciding public policy. We analyze how different socioeconomic and built environment factors are related to the transport poverty environment for car and public transport in terms of strength, significance, and direction for...
student report 2023
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Wandl, Alex (author), Balz, Verena Elisabeth (author), Qu, L. (author), Furlan, C. (author), Arciniegas Lopez, G.A. (author), Hackauf, U.D. (author)
The concept of circular economy (CE) is high on the agenda of many planning agencies in European countries. It has also become a prominent issue in European academic education institutions. It is expected that spatial planning and design can support and add the spatial quality dimension of such a transition towards CE. However, incorporating the...
journal article 2019
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Abbasova, Zarifa (author)
The construction sector is one of the biggest consumers of raw materials and generates large amounts of construction waste as well. CE is a way to delink the construction sector from the consumption of finite resources of the earth and excessive waste generation. Despite of the fact that there are a lot of interventions, such as Commodity...
master thesis 2018
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Kortman, Anne Sophie (author), Boraei, Sara (author), Dillon Peynado, Thomas (author), Peters, Boaz (author), Song, Yue (author)
The Amsterdam Metropolitan area, and especially Amsterdam city, attracts large amounts of people due to the diverse economy opportunities, cultural and recreational activities, and the strong connection of the region by public transport and road network. The need for space, resources, and mobility are increasing and will keep increasing due to...
student report 2018
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Reinink, Sebastien (author), Waldherr, Gabriela (author), Liu, Chang (author), Mujumdar, Gayatri (author), Meng, Wanting (author)
The AMA region wants to make the transition towards a circular economy. To make the circular economy happen, social, environmental and economic challenges have to be integrated in the transition. This report will identify these challenges and propose a vision, a development strategy and projects/policies to propose a new system in the sector...
student report 2018
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Leung, Ranee (author), Zhou, Yixiao (author), Rodríguez Salcedo, Cristian (author), von Meijenfeldt, Charlotte (author), van Marrewijk, Franka (author)
Governments and private and non-profit organisations from international to local levels have acknowledged the idea that more sustainable systems are required to reduce our ecological footprint (WWF, 2016, Jonkhoff, 2012). The food system is a very important aspect within our lives, socially as well as economically but it is also one of the most...
student report 2018
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Moya Ortiz, Diego (author), Durand López, Leyden (author), Klimczak, Anna (author), Stuyt, Mae-Ling (author), Hu, Qiyao (author)
<br/>The Metropolitan Region of Amsterdam (AMA) has proposed a transition from its current linear economic model to a circular one (Sustainable Amsterdam, 2015). However, the proposed strategy is based mainly on the participation of actors from the world of business and industry, relegating social actors to a peripheral level of its...
student report 2018
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Oostendorp, W.C.W. (author), Kuijper, J.A. (author)
book chapter 2018
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van der Leer, Janneke (author), van Timmeren, A. (author), Wandl, Alex (author)
The Circular Economy (CE) is receiving interest worldwide as a way to overcome the currently dominating linear and wasteful production and consumption models of our society. Currently the implementation of CE thinking into practice is still in an early stage. As the main hubs of consumption and to a more limited extent also, production,...
journal article 2018
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Fain, E.A. (author)
master thesis 2014
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Machedon, E. (author)
This graduation thesis tackles the issue of airport-driven urban development in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area context. Initially planned outside of cities for security and pollution reasons airports are now attracting urban development in their proximity. This development consisting of hotels, office spaces or congress centres is driven by the...
master thesis 2012
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Yi, W. (author), Ye, H. (author), Van Merle, O. (author), Asarpota, K. (author)
The dependence of the economy on fossil fuels and the lack of stringent policies to extensively implement renewable energy is an issue to be tackled at national level in the Netherlands. Reducing emissions, while making the shift to renewable energy and changing the existing energy systems towards a sustainable model has been discussed widely....
student report
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