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Supporting collaborative water resource management [Presentation]
Bressers, H. \ 2014
Bressers, H. (2014). Supporting collaborative water resource management, Werkbijeenkomst Hoge Zandgronden, 16 mei. What makes up a “good governance” context? Interreg IVb project in Netherlands, France, Belgium, Germany and UK
Self assessments of the Knowledge for Climate research consortia [Monograph]
This Scientific Progress Report is compiled based on the final reporting of the eight research consortia of Knowledge for Climate. The consortia have been asked to perform a self assessment on their scientific approach, implementation of the research ...
An introduction to ADAPTS: Adaptative local water management [Presentation]
Douma, A. \ 2009
Annelieke Douma (2009). An introduction to ADAPTS: Adaptative local water management, presented at the Holland Climate House on December 11, COP15, Copenhagen. Adaptive local water management, implemented in six river basins. Funded by Dutch Ministry ...
Mainstream climate change in Development [Presentation]
Gupta, J. \ 2009
Joyeeta Gupta (2009). Mainstream Climate Change in Development - not Development Cooperation, presented at the Holland Climate House on December 12, COP15, Copenhagen. Problem is: paradigm shift towards mainstreaming climate change in development coo ...
The Delta Alliance in California [Presentation]
Wijsman, P.C. \ 2009
Peter Wijsman (2009). Delta Alliance in California, presented at the Holland Climate House on December 16, COP15, Copenhagen (Arcadis). San Francisco Bay: preparing for the next level. California and The Netherlands: a new alliance for climate change ...
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