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Sileryte, R. (author), Wandl, Alex (author), van Timmeren, A. (author)
With circular economy being high on governmental agendas, there is an increasing request from governing bodies for circularity measurements. Yet, currently existing macro-level monitoring frameworks are widely criticized for not being able to inform the decision-making. The criticism includes, among others, a lack of consensus on...
journal article 2023
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Huang, Chloe (author), Koch, Matthijs (author), YU, Zhuo (author), van Hal, Sophie (author)
Different government bodies, from the European Union down to the Port of Rotterdam Authority have implemented the policy goal to become circular by 2050 to minimize demand and dependence on finite resources. However, a circular economy - an economic model in which materials circulate in closed loops and waste is viewed as a resource - is vastly...
student report 2022
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Szadkowski, Xavier (author)
Ambitious decarbonisation targets that have been set by both the Dutch Government and corporations alike can be achieved. However, this requires the current approach of fulfilling the energy supply and demand to be drastically changed over the next decade. Failure to do so will result in a prolonged energy transition which ultimately results in...
master thesis 2021
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Parashar, Yash (author)
While innovation has always been viewed as a way to create sustained competitive advantage, the need to innovate has never been more for the financial sector. The financial industry, especially the financial service industry has been dominated by traditional institutions: Banks, in the past. However, with the advent of the digital transformation...
master thesis 2020
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de Koning, J.I.J.C. (author)
This paper aims to understand the value of synergy between the field of design and that of transition management for sustainability. Six potential values of synergy are identified: (1) enriched methods of retrieving knowledge of current objects and current systems; (2) providing boundary objects in transition arenas beyond language games; (3)...
conference paper 2019
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Cheung, Chun-Yu (author)
The starting point of the thesis is that national CO2 policy options are complex. In other words, that there are non-economic factors that are play at the implementation of the CO2 options. Why do some CO2 options not materialize in the market, despite favorable economic conditions? Current methods for answering such questions are strongly...
master thesis 2018
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van der Meulen, Geert (author)
Sea levels are rising globally and the melting Antarctic ice sheet is attributed to be the primary contributor. Due to the deep uncertainty of the causal representative carbon pathways, the plausible range of sea levels rise varies between 0,26 - 2,43 m for 2100 and 0,50 - 15,52 m for 2300. To address deep uncertainty, decision making methods...
master thesis 2018
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Fischer, Anke (author), Spekkink, W.A.H. (author), Polzin, Christine (author), Díaz-Ayude, Alberto (author), Brizi, Ambra (author), Macsinga, Irina (author)
There is a substantial body of literature on public understandings of large-scale ‘environmental’ phenomena such as climate change and resource degradation. At the same time, political science and economics analyse the governance arrangements to deal with such issues. These realms of research rarely meet: there has been little research into...
journal article 2018
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Kasmire, J. (author)
The Westland-Oostland Greenport is a large Dutch industrial cluster that is economically, socially and culturally important. Like many industries and regions, the greenport is facing serious challenges as a result of globalisation, energy supplies, and greenhouse gas emissions. These challenges can be understood as sustainability issues that...
doctoral thesis 2015
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Timmermans, J.S. (author), Haasnoot, M. (author), Hermans, L.M. (author), Kwakkel, J.H. (author), Rutten, M.M. (author), Thissen, W.A.H. (author)
Deltas are generally recognized as vulnerable to climate change and therefore a salient topic in adaptation science. Deltas are also highly dynamic systems viewed from physical (erosion, sedimentation, subsidence), social (demographic), economic (trade), infrastructures (transport, energy, metropolization) and cultural (multiethnic) perspectives...
conference paper 2015
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Joore, J.P. (author), Brezet, J.C. (author)
Change actors like designers play a strategic role in innovation and transition processes towards a sustainable society. They act at all levels of society and need help to find their way through increasingly interrelated innovation systems. To support their efforts, there is a need for a design supportive model that (1) can provide insight into...
journal article 2014
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Quist, J.N. (author), Wittmayer, J. (author), Van Steenbergen, F. (author), Loorbach, D. (author)
This paper presents the theoretical basis and the methodological framework of the community arena, a co-creation tool for sustainable behaviour by local communities and consumers. The community arena focuses on articulating, confronting and connecting individual inner contexts in a participatory process so as to influence both how individuals...
conference paper 2013
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Keizer, A. (author)
Gas is essential to the functioning of the Dutch energy system, as it covers nearly half of the total primary energy supply in the Netherlands. Biogas obtained by the digestion of wet biomass may become a growing source of green energy for the Netherlands. The Dutch ministry of Economic Affairs, Agriculture and Innovation (EL&I) considers biogas...
master thesis 2012
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Roelse, B. (author)
master thesis 2012
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Kamp, L.M. (author), Vernay, A.L. (author), Ravesteijn, W. (author)
This paper explores energy transition pathways that are broadly considered successful in terms of technology development and implementation. From that, it aims to derive insights for better understanding transition processes and to improve management and governance methods for steering these processes. Recently, theoretical work on transition...
conference paper 2010
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Kamp, L.M. (author), Vernay, A.-L. (author), Ravesteijn, W. (author)
This paper explores energy transition pathways that are broadly considered successful in terms of technology development and implementation. From that, it aims to derive insights for better understanding transition processes and to improve management and governance methods for steering these processes. Recently, theoretical work on transition...
conference paper 2010
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De Bruijne, M.L.C. (author), Van de Riet, O.A.W.T. (author), De Haan, A.R.C. (author), Koppenjan, J. (author)
Sustainable mobility has proved to be a perennial challenge to realize. Scholars have argued that experiments could point the way forward towards sustainable mobility (cf. Loorbach, 2007, Markard and Truffer, 2008). In doing so, literature attributes a vital but complex task to those who engage in experiments. However, an important knowledge gap...
journal article 2010
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Afman, M.R. (author)
Consumers largely use outdated and inefficient lighting technology. If 40% of the electricity consumed in residential lighting could be saved, a 320 MW power plant could be taken off the grid. The European Union has acknowledged this problem. Its `ban on bulbs'--regulation tries to force consumers to switch to more efficient lighting (such as...
master thesis 2010
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Geerlings, H. (author), Lohuis, J. (author), Wiegmans, B. (author), Willemsen, A. (author)
For the last five years the technology factor (by which is meant both process and product innovation) has received renewed attention in the transport sector as society is confronted with new challenges. This leads to a call for change and transitions. Technology is considered as a potential answer to new needs and new problems, like the...
journal article 2009
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