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van Lierde, Simon (author)
Despite The Hague's historically mild climate, it is experiencing rising temperatures and more frequent heatwaves, resulting in a growing demand for space cooling. However, there is a significant gap in research and sustainable policies to address this demand in an environmentally and socially responsible manner. While studies have examined the...
master thesis 2024
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Koch, Matthijs (author)
The current Dutch housing domain is characterised by injustices on multiple scales, such as a shortage of housing, disparities in well-being across regions, and unaffordable housing. This situation can partially be attributed to spatial planning practices focused on promoting growth-oriented economic thinking. These contemporary planning...
master thesis 2024
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Steenbergen, Emy (author)
The complex relationship between humans and the natural world is still visible in 2023s urban planning: a city is a place for humans, and nature gives space to all non-human species. The anthropocentric perspective within the urban environment puts humans above non-human nature. This is also the case within urban renewal in the Netherlands,...
master thesis 2024
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Hädrich Silva, R. (author), Zwarteveen, Margreet (author), Stead, D. (author), Kuzniecow Bacchin, T. (author)
Ecological Urbanism and Water Sensitive Urban Design have a central contribution to make in protecting and caring for people, nature and water in cities but readings of Urban Political Ecology evidence how ecological metaphors in urban design can easily translate into discriminatory urban development processes. This paper posits that for UPE...
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Spriggs, A.M.S. (author), Rotman, Robin (author), Trauth, Kathleen (author)
Environmental justice – the concept that environmental amenities and burdens should be shared equitably among all races and socioeconomic classes – has gained diplomatic traction internationally, and political traction domestically in the United States, in recent years. In this paper, we focus on developing federal policy relevant to...
journal article 2024
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Znabei, Meron (author)
Addressing the global challenge of water scarcity, particularly in the context of Sustainable Development Goal 6, underscores the critical need for effective water resource management. Central to this management is the control of dams in river basins, which poses complex decision-making challenges often labeled as wicked problems. Many-Objective...
master thesis 2023
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Schutte, Julius (author)
Climate change is happening, and the consequences of it are becoming increasingly visible. Climate goals have been set in the Paris Agreement to stop climate change. The goal in the Netherlands is to reduce emissions in 2030 by 55% and achieve net zero by 2050. <br/><br/>An essential element in achieving these goals is the energy transition....
master thesis 2023
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Zeng, Shi (author)
São Paulo, like many other urban centers worldwide, grapples with a stark contrast in living conditions and spatial inequity between various income groups. Nowhere is this divide more evident than in the sprawling favela areas, where marginalized individuals face numerous challenges in their daily lives. The existing housing in these areas often...
master thesis 2023
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da Schio, Nicola (author), Van Eenoo, Eva (author), Caset, Freke (author), Vanparys, Line (author), Bartiaux, Françoise (author), Luppari, Edoardo (author), Ermans, Thomas (author), Verbeek, T. (author), Boussauw, Kobe (author), Maciejewska, Monika (author), Bothof, Simon (author), te Boveldt, Geert (author), Wayens, Benjamin (author), Cassiers, Tim (author)
The authors of this BSI Position Paper argue that social justice should be an integral part of the car-restrictive policy agenda through specific and explicit claims. In this context, they propose that the distribution of the benefits and burdens related to car-restrictive policies should not reproduce – let alone exacerbate – socio-economic...
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Eichenauer, Nadine Martje (author)
The relation between sociodemographics and travel behaviour (TB) patterns is relevant to understand to devise policies that can direct people towards more sustainable travel options as well as to be aware of people’s possibly restricted mobility for the sake of mobility justice. Especially in the Netherlands, both of these interests are relevant...
master thesis 2023
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Cañizares Gaztelu, J.C. (author)
Today, resilience is used in many societal contexts for understanding how things respond to risks and for improving their performance in this regard, having also become a prominent approach for adapting to climate change. Yet, despite the broad appeal of resilience and resilience-based approaches within and outside academia, there are persisting...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Lin, Chia Yu (author)
Local energy cooperatives are pivotal in decentralizing and democratizing the energy system. This research aims to provide a roadmap for creating energy cooperatives that address energy poverty in the Netherlands, emphasizing the potential for a just energy transition. <br/><br/>This project bridges the realms of theory and empirical research in...
master thesis 2023
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Shetty, Varun (author)
The energy transition is a fundamental shift in the world’s energy landscape, aimed at reducing carbon emissions and transitioning to a more sustainable, low-carbon energy system. This transition is closely aligned with the goals of the Paris Agreement, the landmark international treaty adopted in 2015, which seeks to limit global warming, with...
master thesis 2023
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Rimon, Farley (author)
Water, an essential resource for diverse purposes like environmental protection, urban water supply, energy generation, and agriculture, faces intensifying demand amid depleting supplies. Multi-Objective Optimization (MOO)-models are vital for addressing complex water system challenges with limited resources. However, varying approaches to...
master thesis 2023
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Wolters, Sybren (author)
Climate change has devastating effects on society, increasing the risk of natural disasters and associated health issues. These effects are caused by the greenhouse gases emitted by humans. Aligned with the Paris Agreement, the Dutch government aims to achieve a 100% reduction in emissions by 2050, striving for climate neutrality.<br/><br/...
master thesis 2023
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Luijk, Olaf (author)
This thesis delves into the intricate challenges facing The Netherlands as it aims to fulfil its ambitious CO2 emission reduction goals by means of the Regional Energy Strategy (RES) framework. A significant issue highlighted is the emergence of an unintended wealth gap and energy poverty affecting over 600,000 people, which restricts their...
master thesis 2023
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van der Laarse, Gerdus (author)
Nature-based solutions (NbS) are increasingly being used around the globe as a climate action tool. In the Global South, which faces significant climate risks, higher urbanisation rates emphasise the importance of climate justice. While social valuations and interactions with nature-based solutions have been well researched, the relationships...
master thesis 2023
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Lohe, Elin (author)
The task of a courthouse is to facilitate the correct and fair execution of justice. Consequently, the building must not only meet all functional requirements, but also take the human impact on the court proceedings into account. Since conflicts, stress and concentration have a decisive influence on trials, this graduation project explores the...
master thesis 2023
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Naik, Harin (author)
Courthouses are the very front face of the judicial system. It can also be referred to as a connecting link or the only link between the people and the fundamental rights to justice described under the Constitution. Situating in the city of Berlin, with a dynamic history of changing power and law, the new Judicial complex aims to open itself to...
master thesis 2023
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Liu, Kuan-Ting (author)
Taiwanese landscape has dramatically changed since 2018, when the Energy Transition White Paper was published. Due to the land limitation, the Taiwanese government has focused on the multifunctional use of land to create renewable energy and maintain the original activities on the ground at the same time, especially on agricultural lands....
master thesis 2023
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