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van Eijck, Sabine (author), Nannes, Roel (author)
Negotiations in urban development projects can take a long time, going back and forward to the designer many times, even leading to stalemate situations. Requirements can be set intuitively, without knowing what the side effects of the constraints will be for the urban development. On top of that, approval of all stakeholders is needed to be...
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Baaijens, Rebecca (author)
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Schot, Rick (author)
Heavy-duty trucks (HDTs) are a significant contributor to global anthropogenic carbon emissions. In contrary to passenger cars, HDTs have to cope with decarbonization complications due to range and weight characteristics. Overhead catenary electric road systems (ERS-OC) can aid in decarbonizing this sector. Here, trucks are equipped with a...
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Ding, Xiaoling (author)
Flooding is one of the most destructive climate disasters. Since the 21st century, the United States, Thailand, China, and many other countries have been hit by flash floods, which not only exposed the vulnerability of the urban system expansively but also serves as an opportunity to promote resilient city construction. The research begins by...
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Meerman, Paulus (author)
Previous academic work on Portfolio Decision Analysis (PDA) have pointed at the advantage of using PDA in multi-actor situations and environmental sectors, but have also pointed at the lack of research done in such case studies. Currently there exist situations where PDA would be beneficial but current methods are not able to analyse the systems...
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Adamik, Marta (author)
The thesis tackles the topic of the redevelopment of Gdańsk Shipyard. It is a historically, architecturally, and emotionally important space, both for the city but also for Poland and Europe. Throughout the years there were many visions on how to tackle this difficult space. The thesis constructs a timeline that assigns actions undertaken by...
student report 2022
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Bareman, Aart-Jan (author)
Technologies for Low- and Middle-Income Countries (LMICs) need to take <br/> into account local cost, usability and maintenance challenges, and ‘modular’ <br/> device designs can be one way of overcoming these challenges. However, <br/> despite research into the design advantages of these devices, the adoption<br/>challenges have not yet been...
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de Broekert, Corné (author)
Urbanization, modernization, and the growth of the population put severe pressure on the current Dutch building stock. Inner-city developments in Dutch cities are limiteddue to the high density of the urban fabric. Therefore, the focus of urban transformation gradually moved from the inner-city developments to the periphery of the city. These...
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Nguyen, Ynhi (author)
As the world’s population is constantly growing, there is increased pressure on agricultural food value chains to deliver sustainable food production, distribution, and consumption, forcing core stakeholders in the food value chain (FVC) to change to meet those needs. One of the most significant barriers is a lack of collaboration, which risks...
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Ao, Yibin (author), Tan, Liyao (author), Zhong, Jinglin (author), Zhang, Hongying (author), Wang, Yan (author), Wang, T. (author)
Earthquake is one of the most serious natural disasters. Taking scientific and reasonable earthquake preparedness measures can effectively reduce casualties and economic losses caused by earthquakes. It is important to understand how residents choose such earthquake preparedness measures to guide them accordingly. However, the current research...
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Gusheva, E. (author), Gjorgievski, Vladimir (author), Grncarovska, Teodora Obradovic (author), Markovska, Natasa (author)
The impact of waste policies and measures from National Determined Contributions (NDCs) on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is unexamined and creates conditions for policy conflict and incoherence. This participatory case study of North Macedonia quantifies synergies and trade-offs. Our results show twelve times more synergies than trade...
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Hrustek, L. (author), Tomičić Furjan, M. (author), Varga, Filip (author), Džidić, A. (author), van Loenen, B. (author), Šalamon, D. (author)
The successful adoption of digital innovations in agricultural production systems is based on the proactive participation of all stakeholders and represents an important step in establishing resilient agri-food chains and creating sustainable value. The key tool for the creation of sustainable value is integrating the nine aspects of the...
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d’Hont, Floortje (author), Slinger, J (author)
In the context of a growing emphasis on research and application of citizen engagement methods in environmental planning and management (e.g. Reed 2008; Von Korff et al. 2010), we compare three collaborative activities aimed at finding innovative coastal policy solutions in the Netherlands. In these activities, participants across the citizen...
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Palinkas, Cindy M. (author), Orton, Philip (author), Hummel, Michelle A. (author), Nardin, William (author), Sutton-Grier, Ariana E. (author), Harris, Lora (author), Gray, Matthew (author), Li, Ming (author), de Schipper, M.A. (author)
Coastal communities around the world are facing increased coastal flooding and shoreline erosion from factors such as sea-level rise and unsustainable development practices. Coastal engineers and managers often rely on gray infrastructure such as seawalls, levees and breakwaters, but are increasingly seeking to incorporate more sustainable...
review 2022
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Yurrita Semperena, M. (author), Murray-Rust, D.S. (author), Balayn, A.M.A. (author), Bozzon, A. (author)
In an effort to regulate Machine Learning-driven (ML) systems, current auditing processes mostly focus on detecting harmful algorithmic biases. While these strategies have proven to be impactful, some values outlined in documents dealing with ethics in ML-driven systems are still underrepresented in auditing processes. Such unaddressed values...
conference paper 2022
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Teodoro Morales, J.D. (author), Prell, Christina (author)
Stakeholder participation is increasingly seen as beneficial for short and long term responses to climate change risks. Past research highlights the role social networks play as both a key outcome of participation, as well as an important step towards other environmental governance goals. This paper focuses on the social relation of mutual...
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Zhilyaev, D. (author), Binnekamp, R. (author), Wolfert, A.R.M. (author)
Within traditional design processes, decisions are often made based on individualistic values and late-stage assessments conducted on a predefined set of design alternatives potentially leading to suboptimal design decisions and conflicts. The issues are further amplified by the growing complexity of construction project management where an...
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Lemke, Florian (author), Janssen, M.F.W.H.A. (author), Draheim, Dirk (author)
The need for standardized and visualized performance monitoring on a wide range of topics has become apparent in recent years. In the public sector, there has been an increase in the number of dashboards to create transparency into the progress. Yet, the design of dashboards encounters many challenges ranging from technical to social. The goal...
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Dabrowski, M.M. (author)
This chapter sheds light on how planning is affected by multi-level (vertical) governance relations that shape an enabling environment for planning decisions and multi-actor (horizontal) governance aspects which are crucial for integrating planning with other policy agendas and effectively engaging citizens and other stakeholders in decision...
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Ninan, Johan (author), Sergeeva, Natalya (author)
Megaprojects along with creating value to the economy, create environmental, social and political disruptions in its local environment. Narratives guide social action and hence both the promoters and the protesters of a project mobilize narratives to advance their interest. In this process, narratives and counter-narratives are (re)created and...
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