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Record nummer 2047261
Titel artikel Climate change effects on living quality; awareness of housing associations
Bron MISBE2011: management and innovation for a sustainable built environment, 20 – 23 June 2011, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Auteur(s) Roders, M.J. ; Straub, A. ; Visscher, H.J.
Deel(Jaar)Nummer (2011)
Paginering 1 - 13
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Trefwoorden (cab) woningbouw / klimaatverandering / stadsomgeving / governance / klimaatadaptatie / stedelijke gebieden
Rubrieken Klimaatverandering
Publicatie type Hoofdstuk uit boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) A changing climate can have a large influence on the living quality of houses. A case study was carried out on the level of awareness of housing associations. This study forms the start of a research project on governance strategies for adaptation in residential buildings. A content analysis on climate change related topics was pursued on the policy plans and the most recent annual reports of the 25 largest Dutch housing associations. They were classified according to their level of awareness. Based on the results of the analysis it is concluded that the housing associations fall within the lowest category of awareness. In order to reach higher levels of awareness, governance strategies for adaptation have to be developed. The nature of possible strategies will depend on the level of awareness of the housing association. The definition of strategies will be studied in the future.
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