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ten Hove, Jelle (author)
The Dutch government was mandated by the national court in May 2019 to address high nitrogen-oxide levels, threatening construction permits to be canceled if target values are not met. As the agrarian sector contributed significantly to nitrogen-oxide emissions, reductions in this sector were necessary. Ongoing protests by farmers indicate the...
master thesis 2023
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Gronheid, Sietse (author)
In order to mitigate the high environmental impact of the construction sector, the Dutch government envisions a fully circular building economy by 2050. The first phase of this transition (2018-2023) consists of experimentation. Here, circular building experiments should trigger radically new ways of thinking and radically new ways of doing....
master thesis 2021
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Akkerman, Bootsy (author)
The ever growing world population - 10 billion by 2050 - brings many challenges to the table. One of the most imminent is the way we handle and take care of our planets natural resources. More people means more needs. How do are we going provide for all these people? Over the past decades, we have reached a general consensus that our planet is a...
master thesis 2021
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Klarenbeek, Lara (author)
The climate is changing and industries world-wide need to transform to assure a liveable earth for future generations. Within the construction sector, this requires a different approach and perspective on the life-cycle of civil engineering assets since the construction industry and its build environment is the world’s largest consumer of raw...
master thesis 2021
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