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Record number 2079200
Article title Toward design principles for joint knowledge production projects: lessons from the deepest polder of The Netherlands
Author(s) Hegger, D. ; Zeijl-Rozema, A.M. van ; Dieperink, C.
Journal title Regional environmental change
Part(Year)Number 14(2014)3
Pages 1049 - 1062
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Keyword(s) (cab) polders / climatic change / organization of research / scientific cooperation
Categories Climatic Change
Publication type Scientific article
Language English
About In various countries, actors try to reconcile climate science and policy through joint knowledge production (JNP). While many conceptual analyses of JNP exist, empirical studies that actually try to assess JNP processes are rare. This paper aims to fill this gap through an empirical analysis of the ‘Hotspot Zuidplaspolder’ project in which scientists, policymakers and other actors collaboratively looked for ways to ‘climate proof’ existing plans for urban development in one of the deepest polders of the Netherlands.
program Knowledge for Climate (KfC)
theme NWO Duurzame aarde
project (NWO) NWO Duurzame Aarde Inspirator
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