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ZHOU, KE (author)
Delta systems, characterized by their dynamic nature and high population densities, are crucial for food and water security. However, they face significant challenges as they are on the forefront of climate change impacts, including sea level rise, river and coastal flooding, and coastal erosion. Among them is the Mekong Delta in Vietnam, where...
master thesis 2023
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Tovar Lujan, Paola (author)
Scale to feet is a small, vertical sneaker factory in Zurich’s “Culture Mile.” It uses zero-waste production techniques and is designed to have a relationship with customers and its surroundings through testing facilities and a public program. The production process starts on the ground floor and moves upward. The factory becomes a destination...
master thesis 2023
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Hofbauer, B. (author)
This paper explores what kind of uncertainty a research program governing solar climate engineering through Stratospheric Aerosol Injection (SAI) needs to account for. Specifically, it tries to answer two central issues with regards to SAI research and it’s ethical evaluation: One, what irreducible uncertainties remain throughout the decision...
journal article 2023
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Brackel, A.K.C. (author), Boelens, Rutgerd (author), Bruins, Bert (author), Doorn, N. (author), Pesch, U. (author)
Coastal megacities all over the world face challenges related to climate adaptation, ecosystem protection and inclusive development. In response, governments develop high-level and long-term climate adaptation plans to guide coastal development. In Metro Manila, a consortium of Dutch and Philippine consultants developed the Manila Bay...
journal article 2023
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van der Steen, Jan (author)
On the 13th and 14th of July 2021 a cold pit caused extreme precipitation along with record discharges in tributaries of the Meuse. These discharges caused floods in Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands.<br/><br/>Extreme precipitation occurrence and its intensity are expected to increase in the area due to climate change, increasing flood risk....
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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Daly, Cathy (author), Fatorić, Sandra (author), Carmichael, Bethune (author), Pittungnapoo, Witiya (author), Adetunji, Olufemi (author), Hollesen, Jørgen (author), Nakhaei, Masoud (author), Diaz, Alberto Herrera (author)
Climate change threatens archaeological sites and cultural landscapes globally. While to date, awareness and action around cultural heritage and climate change adaptation planning has focused on Europe and North America, in this article, the authors address adaptation policy and measures for heritage sites in low- and middle-income countries....
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Walawalkar, Tanvi P. (author), Hermans, L.M. (author), Evers, Jaap (author)
Most climate adaptation plans expect stakeholders to change their behavior as part of building resilience. Given its long-term and complex nature, monitoring and evaluation is a key requisite for climate adaptation planning. So far, behavioral aspects have received only limited attention in the evaluation approaches for climate adaptation...
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Nijhuis, S. (author)
Sustainable urbanisation requires planning and design strategies and principles that take the (natural) landscape as the basis for working with natural processes for the benefit of socially and ecologically inclusive and thriving urban landscapes. Such an approach takes the landscape first and considers the biosphere the context for social and...
book chapter 2022
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Butsch, Carsten (author), Hermans, L.M. (author), Farrelly, Megan A. (author), Zandvoort, Mark (author)
contribution to periodical 2022
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Hadders, Erik (author)
In order to keep the hydraulic infrastructure system in the Netherlands from deteriorating, large investments will have to be done in the near future. Decision-support frameworks help in making the right investment decisions for infrastructure that is intended to stand for a hundred years. Such a long lifetime brings forth a high level of...
master thesis 2021
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Lieftink, Lisa (author)
Due to population growth, a growing housing shortage, and a space shortage, it is expected that new urban developments in the Netherlands will mainly take place inside existing city boundaries and in high densities. At the same time, it is projected that the effects of climate change will increase, as climate change is expected to intensify....
master thesis 2021
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Lin, Yu-Wen (author)
Coastal areas and riverine cities accommodate the great majority of the world’s population, but they are extremely vulnerable to flooding risks. In the cities next to the Medway River estuary, the capacity to adapt to flood risks had been weakened by urban development and intense industrial usage. This degrading led to the loss of flood buffers...
master thesis 2021
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Champlin, C.J. (author), Flacke, Johannes (author), Dewulf, Geert P.M.R. (author)
A frequent criticism of knowledge-based planning tools is the apparent mismatch between information frameworks used in their spatial models and the information needs of planning actors. Increasingly, these actors are contributing their context-specific knowledge during the development of such tools. Transferring this knowledge from actors to the...
journal article 2021
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van Bergen, J. (author), Nijhuis, S. (author), Brand, A.D. (author), Hertogh, M.J.C.M. (author)
The incentive for this publication was to expand the realm of enquiry around the topic of Building with Nature (BwN), for two main reasons. First to gain an interdisciplinary, and therefore deeper, understanding of BwN as an object of study. Secondly, but no less important, is an understanding of how different forms of knowledge contribute to...
journal article 2021
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van Bergen, J. (author), Nijhuis, S. (author), Brand, A.D. (author), Hertogh, M.J.C.M. (author)
This publication offers an overview of the latest cross-disciplinary developments in the field of Building with Nature (BwN) for the protection of coastal regions. The key philosophy of BwN is the employment of natural processes to serve societal goals, such as flood safety. The starting point is a systems-based approach, making interventions...
contribution to periodical 2021
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Versteeg, Niki (author), Hermans, L.M. (author), Ahrari, Sara (author), van de Walle, B.A. (author)
Most water and development interventions aim to contribute to long-term sustainable impacts. Given the uncertainties involved in these longer-term water development projects, adaptive planning approaches hold promise to connect planning, implementation and evaluation. Recent innovations report promising results, but find limited wide-spread...
journal article 2021
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Keeton, R.E. (author)
Since the economic shifts of the 1990s, New Towns have become an increasingly popular approach to urban development across the African continent. While New Towns are not a new development model, their contemporary materialisation often targets middle- and high-income buyers, leaving no space for low-income residents. Strict regulations in these...
doctoral thesis 2020
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Hill, Adam (author)
Rapid change is quintessentially ingrained within the make-up of a city such as New York; owing to the continuous state of its evolution, buildings are becoming increasingly short-term ventures, surpassed by the latest trends and the progression of the markets. Lincoln Flex is a reactionary Multi-functional Complex, located at the juxtaposition...
master thesis 2020
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Recubenis Sanchis, Isabel (author)
Uncertainty posed by Climate Change brings control approaches to environmental processes and dynamics into question. In the Netherlands and particularly in the Dutch River area (Rivierenland in Dutch) narratives have already shifted towards an adaptive planning (Davoudi, 2013). However, there is still a need to go beyond the physical cultural...
master thesis 2020
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