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Toward design principles for joint knowledge production projects: lessons from the deepest polder of The Netherlands \ Regional environmental change [Scientific article]
Hegger, D. \ Zeijl-Rozema, A.M. van \ Dieperink, C. \ 2014
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 f ...
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Conceptualising joint knowledge production in regional climate change adaptation projects: success conditions and levers for action \ Environmental science & policy [Scientific article]
Hegger, D. \ Lamers, M. \ Zeijl-Rozema, A.M. van \ Dieperink, C. \ 2012
Matching supply and demand for knowledge in the fields of global change and sustainability is a daunting task. Science and public policy differ in their timeframes, epistemologies, objectives, process-cycles and criteria for judging the quality of kn ...
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Towards successful joint knowledge production for global change and sustainability : lessons from six Dutch adaptation projects \ Learning for sustainability in times of accelerating change [Scientific article]
Hegger, D. \ Zeijl-Rozema, A.M. van \ Dieperink, C. \ 2012
Lessons from six Dutch adaptation projects. A retrospective analysis of six Dutch regional climate change adaptation projects, which were all part of two large programs "Climate change spatial planning" and "Living with water".
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