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Zantinge, Daniël (author)
In the coming years, the Netherlands is expected to face various climate change-related challenges. Until 2030, the Dutch government has set the goal for the development of nearly a million dwellings (De Jonge, 2022), whereby 600,000 dwellings are being carried out in areas prone to flooding (Deltares, Bosch Slabbers, & Sweco, 2021;...
master thesis 2024
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Esteban, T.A.O.E. (author)
Risk perception research has been used in flood risk management, environmental policies and programs, and the assessment of environmental attitudes and biases. Survey methods are frequently used in risk perception studies to assess a large population's perception of specific risks such as natural hazards. Others prefer focus group discussions...
abstract 2023
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Taylor, Zac (author), Knuth, Sarah E. (author)
Amidst growing concerns about climate risks to the U.S. housing markets, strategies to physically retrofit homes are gaining attention—including within debates over how to resolve intersecting crises of housing re/insurability and affordability in highly exposed sites like Florida. We consider an important but under-studied example of this ...
journal article 2023
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Knuth, Sarah (author), Cox, Savannah (author), Zavareh Hofmann, Sahar (author), Morris, John (author), Taylor, Zac (author), McElvain, Beki (author)
As intensifying climate-related disasters strike cities across the United States, they are provoking rising concern for the stability of the U.S. housing market and broader financial system. How homeowners, mortgage lenders, federal institutions/regulators, and investors will variously encounter and manage climate risk is an urgent question...
journal article 2023
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Whittle Rodriguez, Luis (author)
The widespread concerns about climate change, as well as the major enabling factors for the transition that are required to guarantee its control, necessitate research and a tool that can provide insight into the future of copper mining.The world's copper supply is primarily concentrated in a few producing locations: Chile, Peru, Democratic...
master thesis 2022
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Chia, Francis (author)
Auto sector corporations are increasingly disclosing climate targets given the need to transition, which presents risks. However, institutional investors have yet to develop knowledge in climate science to assess the risk concretely. Instead, they rely on qualitative measurement such as the Environmental, Social, Governance factors for climate...
master thesis 2022
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van Lohuizen, Ingo (author)
Due to increasing climate change and its impact on our environment, an increasing amount of policies and scientific research are focused on climate risk reduction. Recent developments in international and Dutch national policies focused on assessing, evaluating and reducing climate risks by spatial adaptation. The assessment of this risk is...
master thesis 2018
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Houben, G. (author)
To avoid uncontrollable climate change, the increase of global temperature should not exceed 2 degrees Celsius. Taking this into account, not all fossil fuel reserves can be exploited, which will affect the oil & gas companies and their assets. This not only poses a risk on companies operating in the fossil fuel sector, but also on the financial...
master thesis 2017
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Nugroho, E.S. (author)
Being nodal points in global supply chain network, port operations disrupted by adverse climate change impacts would bear substantial costs. Therefore, adapting ports to climate change and building their climate resilience are essential. However, the needs may not have been adequately acknowledged by port stakeholders. A series of problem...
master thesis 2016
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