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  1. David Evers

  2. Lessons learned from spatial planning in the Netherlands. In support of integrated landscape initiatives, globally.

    Experiences with different government styles can provide lessons on choosing an optimal approach in other contexts and situations. This study illustrates the role of spatial planning in landscape...

  3. Foreign-Funded Adaptation to Climate Change in Africa: Mirroring Administrative Traditions or Traditions of Administrative Blueprinting?

    The impacts of climate change in Africa have triggered foreign donors to fund African adaptation to climate change. The findings of this study show that the foreign nature of these adaptation...

  4. The (ir)relevance of economic segregation

    Cities are economically segregated to various degrees. Segregation translates into greater homogeneity of neighborhoods: the rich and the poor usually occupy separate parts of the city. In response...

  5. 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...

  6. Land-use change and food production in Africa: the role of governance, institutions, and public administration

    Governance could be a key factor explaining the large variability in food production trends in Africa. Therefore this report examines the basic characteristics of African governance, institutions...

  7. A reflexive monitoring and evaluation framework for the Delta Programme

    Throughout the world, adaptation to climate change is one of the major challenges. In the Netherlands, under the Delta Programme, adaptation strategies have been developed for flood protection,...

  8. Synthesis and review: Tackling the nitrogen management challenge: from global to local scales

    One of the ‘grand challenges’ of this age is the anthropogenic impact exerted on the nitrogen cycle. Issues of concern range from an excess of fixed nitrogen resulting in environmental pressures...

  9. Perspectives on the future of nature in Europe: storylines and visualisations

    The occurrence of many species in the EU is expected to decline further, making it difficult to achieve the 2050 policy vision. The Nature Outlook study elaborates four perspectives on the future...

  10. Cities, water and climate. Global challenges and local stories in an urbanizing world

    The Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency contributed to one of the working sessions at the Habitat III Conference in Quito. The presentation ‘Local stories: cities as agents of change?’...