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Action research in governance landscapes : partnering with city guides and gatekeepers \ Action research for climate change adaptation : developing and applying knowledge for governance [Scientific article]
Vink, M. \ Boezeman, D. \ Dewulf, A. \ Termeer, C.J.A.M. \ 2015
Governance of wicked climate adaptation problems \ Climate change governance [Scientific article]
Termeer, C.J.A.M. \ Dewulf, A. \ Breeman, G. \ 2013
Climate change adaptation has been called a ‘‘wicked problem par excellence.’’ Wicked problems are hard to define because ‘the formulation of the problem is the problem; they are considered a symptom of another problem; they are highly resistant to s ...
Reconciling innovative knowledge partnerships with existing institutions: the Dutch Knowledge for Climate program [Presentation]
Termeer, K. \ Huntjens, P. \ Dewulf, A. \ Buuren, A. van \ Eshuis, J. \ 2012
Presentation held at International Symposium ‘The Governance of Adaptation, 22-23.3.2012, Amsterdam
Navigating climate change ambiguity : frame interactions in puzzling over ideas and powering over interests [Poster]
Vink, M. \ Dewulf, A. \ Termeer, K. \ 2012
Understanding governance of adaptation: making sense of frame differences. Presented at the Midterm Assessment, 4 October, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Reconciling innovative knowledge partnerships with existing institutions: the Dutch Knowledge for Climate program [Presentation]
Termeer, K. \ Huntjes, P. \ Dewulf, A. \ Buuren, A. van \ Eshuis, J. \ 2011
Presentation at the IRSPM Conference, April 11-13 2011
The interplay of meaning and power in the science-policy-society triangle: powering, puzzling and co-producing climate change adaptation [Monograph]
Dewulf, A. \ Boezeman, D. \ Vink, M. \ Leroy, P. \ 2011
Decision-making in relation to climate change is knowledge-intensive. Without systematic observations and advanced mathematical models, even awareness of climate change would be very limited. At the same time, important uncertainties about the nature ...
Governance of climate adaptation : a framework for developing legitimate, effective and resilient governance arrangements [Presentation]
Termeer, C. \ Dewulf, A. \ Buuren, A. van \ Huitema, D. \ Meijerink, S. \ Jordan, A. \ Rayner, T. \ Rijswick, H. van \ Wiering, M. \ 2010
Governance challenges for climate adaptation. * Organizing connectivity bringing actors, issues, sectors and scale levels together to realize creative climate adaptation options; tailoring responses to the problems at hand, within the fragmented gove ...
"Climategate" : conflicting frames, patterns and policy implications of a controversy [Poster]
Dewulf, A. \ Vink, M. \ Termeer, K. \ 2010
What’s the climate controversy about? Patterns in the controversy? Frame conflicts of different kinds in the climate controversy? Poster presented at Deltas conference, 29 Sept.- 1 Oct. 2010
WP4: dealing with controversies [Poster]
Leroy, P. \ Dewulf, A. \ Knowledge of Climate \ 2010
The goal is to develop and test methods to deal with climate related uncertainties, stakeholders’ frames and contested knowledge, especially concerning relevant temporal spatial and administrative scales of climate impacts and adaptation solutions. P ...
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