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Record number 409324
Title Final report TransForum WP-046 : images of sustainable development of Dutch agriculture and green space
Author(s) Hermans, F.L.P.; Apeldoorn, D.F. van; Vervoort, J.M.; Beers, P.J.; Veldkamp, T.
Source Wageningen : S.n. - 35
Department(s) Communication Science
Land Dynamics
Education and Competence Studies
Livestock Research
LR - Backoffice
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2011
Keyword(s) landbouw - innovaties - netwerken - duurzaamheid (sustainability) - duurzame ontwikkeling - landbouwontwikkeling - sociaal leren - agriculture - innovations - networks - sustainability - sustainable development - agricultural development - social learning
Categories Agriculture (General) / Innovation Studies (General)
Abstract In the project “Images of sustainable development of Dutch agriculture and green space” three PhD candidates studied the topic of images in sustainable development. Frans Hermans focused on the topic of societal images and their role and influence in innovation projects. The title of his subproject was “Social learning for sustainability in dynamic agricultural innovation networks.” Joost Vervoort explored the topic of “visualisation”, that is, using and producing images for specific purposes, in the context of innovation projects and programmes, in a subproject called “Step into the system: interactive media strategies for the exchange of insights on social-ecological change.” Finally, Dirk van Apeldoorn took a complex adaptive systems approach to images. He modelled various agro-ecosystems to compare images of those systems with the behaviour of those systems. His subproject was called “Modeling resilience of agro-ecosystems.”
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