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Record number 543771
Title Monitoring van groene burgerinitiatieven : analyse van de resultaten van een pilot en nulmeting in vier gemeenten
Author(s) Vullings, L.A.E.; Buijs, A.E.; Donders, J.L.M.; Kamphorst, D.A.; Kramer, H.; Vries, S. de
Source Wageningen : Wettelijke Onderzoekstaken Natuur & Milieu (WOt-technical report 123) - 78
Department(s) Spatial Knowledge Systems
Regional Development and Spatial Use
WASS
Biodiversity and Policy
Earth Observation and Environmental Informatics
Vegetation, Forest and Landscape Ecology
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2018
Abstract To inform the evaluation of the Nature Pact (Natuurpact) and the Assessment of the Dutch Human Environment (Balans van de Leefomgeving), PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency needs a quantitative measure of the size and scope of green citizens’ initiatives and their impact. The need for this information reflects the ambition of many government authorities to bring the wider community, including individuals, into closer contact with nature and involve them more in nature policy. This report describes the results of a baseline assessment and pilot study to test the newly developed methodology for monitoring green citizens’ initiatives. Besides the results, the report includes several analyses based on the data and presents the main findings.
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