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  1. Progress in the modelling of critical thresholds, impacts on plant species diversity and ecosystem services in Europe. CCE Status report 2009

    The CCE Status Report 2009 demonstrates that effects of nitrogen deposition are interrelated with the change of climate and biodiversity. The report proposes indicators, modelling methodologies and...

  2. Netherlands Informative Inventory Report 2009

    This report constituting the Netherlands Informative Inventory Report (IIR) contains information on the inventories in the Netherlands up to 2007. It includes descriptions of methods and data...

  3. Relative price increase for nature and ecosystem services

    In 2015, the Dutch working group on discount rates recommended using the standard discount rate in cost-benefit analyses (CBAs) of nature, while taking into account annual relative price increases...

  4. Growing within limits. A report to the Global Assembly 2009 of the Club of Rome

    Current trends in fossil-fuel use and inefficient land use will lead to large global environmental problems with respect to climate change and biodiversity loss. Technical and economically feasible...

  5. Sustainability Monitor for the Netherlands 2009

    In many respects, the Netherlands is a prosperous country, where public health, average incomes and education levels all have increased considerably since the Second World War. People trust each...

  6. Environmental Balance 2009. Summary

    The feasibility of meeting both the short-term and long-term targets of environmental policy is heavily influenced by the consequences of the current recession. In the short term, the environment...

  7. Nature Balance 2009

    Current policies are delivering benefits for Dutch nature. The area devoted to nature conservation is increasing and the environmental and spatial conditions are improving. Nevertheless, the trends...

  8. Erratum: Voyage without constellation: evaluating the performance of three uncalibrated process-oriented models (Hydrology research (2009) 40(2) (261-72))

    Unfortunately an incorrect version of the Acknowledgements section appears on p. 270 of this paper.

  9. Perspectives on the Future of Nature in Europe: Visualisation

    During the development of the perspectives on European nature, for the Nature Outlook project, several visualisation techniques were combined:  photographs, icons, thematic maps, artist impressions...

  10. Innovating Spatial Planning in China: Dutch planning experience in view of China's challenges and opportunities

    This study was carried out in the context of international cooperation in the China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development (CCICED). The CCICED is an advisory board...