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Case Study: Rotterdam City, the Netherlands: Urban greening for a resilient Rotterdam and improved quality of life [Presentation]
Greef, P. de \ 2014
Deltas in Practice Theme 4: Green solutions for resilient delta cities, Session DP 4.3: Case Study: Rotterdam City, the Netherlands: Urban greening for a resilient Rotterdam and improved quality of life, Pieter de Greef, City of Rotterdam, the Nether ...
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Case Study: Saint-Louis, Senegal: Planning for a sustainable city (greening urban areas, planning and development) [Presentation]
Thiam, I. \ 2014
Deltas in Practice Theme 4: Green solutions for resilient delta cities, Session DP 4.3: Case Study: Saint-Louis, Senegal: Planning for a sustainable city (greening urban areas, planning and development) (tbc) (2014). Presented at the International Co ...
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How cities adapt through use of green infrastructure [Presentation]
Wesenbreeck, B \ 2014
Deltas in Practice Theme 4: Green solutions for resilient delta cities, Session DP 4.3: How cities adapt through use of green infrastructure, Bregje Wesenbreeck, Deltares, the Netherlands (2014). Presented at the International Conference Deltas in Ti ...
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New Orleans, United States: Lessons learnt from coastal defence [Presentation]
Waggonner, D. \ 2014
Deltas in Practice Theme 4: Green solutions for resilient delta cities, Session DP 4.3: New Orleans, United States: Lessons learnt from coastal defence, David Waggonner, Waggonner and Ball Architects, USA (2014). Presented at the International Confer ...
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