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Bridging the gap between stakeholders and climate modellers : demand-driven adaptation assessment for uncertain changes in weather extremes [Presentation]
Petersen, A. \ 2012
Uncertainties with respect to climate change and extreme weather events; knowledge about future is based on models. Need for adaptive governance and for methodology to assess policy options with different, even conflicting, outcomes.
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Dealing with uncertainty in water management : policy arena uncertainty [Presentation]
Vreugdenhil, H. \ 2012
Key question: Given the uncertainties about the future, what is the most sustainable water management strategy?
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Towards a vision for a climate-proof Wadden area : midterm report Hotspot Wadden Sea [Monograph]
Nieuwaal, K. van \ 2012
Knowledge for Climate has set itself the goal of investigating how the Wadden Sea can be made climate proof. The first part of this short report gives an account of the period between 2008 and 2012. The second part explains how we can work towards a ...
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Connecting micro and macro: bringing case-studies and model-based approaches together in analysing patterns of vulnerability to global environmental change [Monograph]
Dijk, H. van \ 2012
The objective of this project is to build bridges between quantitative system dynamic simulation models that are developed at PBL (IMAGE/GISMO) and qualitative case-studies by attempting to upscale lessons learned from local case-studies through Qual ...
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Closing speech Sybilla Dekker, chair supervisory board Knowledge for Climate : “climate adaptation research and value creation” [Speech]
Dekker, S. \ 2012
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IGLO: Integrating Global and Local assessment models [Presentation]
Asselen, S. van \ Koomen, E. \ [2012]
Project objectives: Improve integrated multi-scale modelling frameworks to assess the interrelationships between land use and climate. 1. Understanding land-use change processes across different scales 2. Interactions between socioeconomic and biophy ...
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From knowledge to climate : research→ knowledge → cash [Speech]
Peters, R. \ [2012]
Renske Peters, being the government representative in the so called Topsector Water, her interest goes to knowledge in connection with practice. To solutions now and in the future. Solutions here in the Netherlands and worldwide.
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Connecting micro and macro: bringing case studies and model-based approaches together in analysing patterns of vulnerability to global environmental change [Presentation]
Hilderink, H. \ Sietz, D. \ Neumann, K. \ Dijk, H. van \ Kok, M. \ 2012
Research questions: 1. Which causal mechanisms underlie patterns of vulnerability in drylands following a systematic analysis of local level case studies of human-environment interactions? 2. Which patterns of vulnerability emerge out of a cluster an ...
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Comparative monitoring of Knowledge for Climate [Presentation]
Besselaar, P. van \ Vierssen, W. van \ Horlings, E. \ Boon, W. \ Wardenaar, T. \ Jong, S. de \ 2012
Starting point: • Rise of large-scale, multi-actor research programs, by means of knowledge co-production; • Lack of knowledge about functioning of programs • Focus on programs on climate adaptation research
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Climate change and IPCC: why they matter for both mitigation and adaptation [Presentation]
Ypersele, J.-P. van \ 2012
Belgian contribution to Knowledge for Climate Midterm Assessment, Amsterdam, 4 October 2012. Van Ypersele from Université catholique de Louvain and IPCC Vice-chair
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Facebook : reviewers & chairs sessions [Monograph]
2012
Reviewers and chairs presented in alphabetical order. At midterm preview: 3-4 October 2012 Amsterdam, Royal Tropical Institute (KIT).
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Preview of end results : programme [Monograph]
2012
This document gives a preview of the program for 4th October 2012, Amsterdam, KIT. The objective of the Midterm Assessment 2012 is to inform the scientific community and relevant stakeholders on the current state of the programme, and give ‘A Preview ...
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Climate change and IPCC: why they matter for both mitigation and adaptation [Monograph]
Ypersele, J.-P. van \ 2012
Although climate change and increasing global temperatures are sometimes perceived to have stopped over the last ten years, overall an increasing trend in global temperatures can be observed during the last fifteen to twenty years. The diminishing Ar ...
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Preview of end results: reflections from an international perspective [Monograph]
2012
Researchers and PhD’s from the Knowledge for Climate community discussed the work so far in three rounds of parallel sessions. The Assessment focused on informing the scientific community and relevant stakeholders on the current state of the programm ...
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