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Institutions for climate change : case study on individual responsibility [Monograph]
Bergsma, E. \ Gupta, J. \ Jong, P. \ 2009
A key element of the adaptation to climate change strategy of the Netherlands Government is changing the roles and responsibilities of different social actors. One aspect is emphasising the role of individuals and their own responsibility in dealing ...
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Case study on individual responsibility [Poster]
Bergsma, E. \ Gupta, J. \ Jong, P. de \ [2009]
This poster aims to explain how the institutions regarding individual responsibility affect the adaptive capacity in different contexts. The paper uses a case study approach in which stakeholders are interviewed and the analysis is then structured al ...
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Content analysis [Poster]
Klostermann, J. \ Bergsma, E. \ Gupta, J. \ Jong, P. de \ [2009]
This poster aims to explain how the formal institutions with respect to water, agricultural, spatial planning and nature perform in relation to promoting the adaptive capacity of society. Poster presented at the UNFCCC COP15 in Copenhagen
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Institutions for climate change: a method to assess the inherent characteristics of institutions to enable the adaptive capacity of society [Monograph]
Gupta, J. \ Termeer, K. \ Klostermann, J. \ Meijerink, S. \ Brink, M. van den \ Jong, P. \ Nooteboom, S. \ 2008
This paper addresses the question: How can the inherent characteristics of institutions to stimulate the adaptive capacity of society to climate change from local through to national level be assessed? On the basis of a literature review and several ...
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