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Climate-proofing spatial planning and water management projects: an analysis of 100 local and regional projects in the Netherlands \ Journal of environmental policy & planning [Scientific article]
Sedee, A.G.J. \ Swart, R.J. \ Pater, F. de \ Goosen, H. \ Pijnappels, M.H.J. \ Vellinga, P. \ 2013
Since the turn of the century, an increasing number of local and regional authorities in Europe started making their city or region resilient to climate change, or ‘climate-proof’. In order to identify common processes and characteristics, moving bey ...
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'We moeten zaken slimmer aanpakken': omgaan met klimaatverandering \ Watermanagement insights [Article]
Vellinga, P. \ 2011
Het wordt niet alleen warmer, het gaat in de komende honderd jaar ook harder regenen. Bovendien stijgt de zeespiegel. Reden voor paniek? Volgens hoogleraar Pier Vellinga niet. "Je moet alleen weten wat het weer doet, hoe je slim op klimaatverandering ...
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'Klimaatneutraal vlees kan niet' \ Kennis online : Wageningen UR-onderzoek voor LNV [Article]
Vellinga, P. \ 2011
Reflectie van Pier Vellinga, hoogleraar Klimaatveranderingen en water aan Wageningen UR en leider van het nationale onderzoeksprogramma Kennis voor Klimaat. ‘Iedereen concentreert zich op CO2-uitstoot die ontstaat bij de verbranding van olie, gas en ...
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NRC debat Water [Presentation]
Vellinga, P. \ 2011
NRC debat Water, 1 november (2011). In de Rode Hoed, Amsterdam op 1 nov. 2011. Presentatie Pier Vellinga, Wageningen UR.
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Climate research Netherlands : research highlights [Monograph]
Heinen, M. \ Driessen, P. \ Kabat, P. \ Pater, F. de \ Vellinga, P. \ 2009
In the Netherlands the temperature has risen, on average, by 1.6°C since 1900. Regional climate scenarios for the 21st century developed by the Dutch Royal Meteorological Institute [1] show that temperature in the Netherlands will continue to rise an ...
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