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Different levels of stakeholder participation for sustainability impact assessment tools : a comparative requirement analysis of four research approaches \ 6th International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software (iEMSs),Leipzig, Germany, 01 - 05 July, 2012 [Conference proceedings]
Sieber, S. \ König, H. \ Bezlepkina, I. \ Reidsma, P. \ 2012
In the last decade, a wide range of new modeling approaches has been developed for sustainability impact assessment. They are often based on theoretical concepts on how to cope, process and apply pre-assessments on policy and project instrument-imple ...
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Methodologies to assess climatic change impacts on sustainability of agriculture at different levels [Poster]
Bezlepkina, I. \ Wolf, J. \ Verburg, R. \ Reidsma, P. \ Hellegers, P. \ Ittersum, M. van \ 2011
Poster presentation for the International conference 'Problems of adaptation to climate change' in Moscow, Russia, 7-9 November 2011.
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Ex-ante impact assessment: participative concepts versus modelling approaches for operational policy advice [Presentation]
Sieber, S. \ Reidsma, P. \ Bezlepkina, I. \ [2011]
PowerPoint presentation given at the XIIIth Congress of the European Association of Agricultural Economists, 30 August-2 September 2011, Zurich, Switzerland. Theme of the congress: Change and Uncertainty, Challenges for Agriculture, Food and Natural ...
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