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    The potato value chain in Morocco : SDG approach for sustainable food value chain development
    Blom-Zandstra, Greet ; Bouwma, Irene ; Verzandvoort, Simone - \ 2020
    Wageningen : Stichting Wageningen Research, Wageningen Plant Research (Report / Stichting Wageningen Research, Wageningen Plant Research, Business Unit Greenhouse Horticulture WPR-998) - 38
    Lerende evaluatie van het Natuurpact 2020 : Gezamenlijk de puzzel leggen voor natuur, economie en maatschappij: tweede rapportage
    Folkert, Rob ; Bouwma, Irene ; Kuindersma, Wiebren ; Hoek, Dirk-Jan van der; Gerritsen, Alwin ; Kunseler, Eva ; Buijs, Arjen ; Broekhoven, Saskia van; Knegt, Bart de; Aalbers, Carmen ; Kamphorst, Dana ; Doren, Didi van; Klaassen, Pim ; Wit-de Vries, Esther de; Roelofsen, Hans ; Agricola, Herman ; Os, Jaap van; Frissel, Joep ; Donders, Josine ; Verwoerd, Lisa ; Giesen, Paul ; Sanders, Marlies ; Goossen, Martin ; Nuesink, Nienke ; Arnouts, Rikke ; Boer, Tineke de; Dam, Rosalie van - \ 2020
    Den Haag : PBL Planbureau voor de Leefomgeving (PBL-publicatie 3852) - 183
    Samenhang Klimaatakkoord en natuurbeleid : Proces en implementatie van het Klimaatakkoord door provincies en maatschappelijke partijen en de potentiële effecten op biodiversiteitsdoelen van de Vogel- en Habitatrichtlijn
    Knegt, B. de; Pleijte, M. ; Wit-de Vries, E. de; Bouwma, I. ; Kistenkas, F. ; Nieuwenhuizen, W. - \ 2020
    Wageningen : Wettelijke Onderzoekstaken Natuur & Milieu (WOt-technical report 179) - 78
    The aim of this project was to identify how the National Climate Agreement ties in with nature policy. The results show that the provincial governments and other parties look to ‘piggyback’ onto other, existing policies when implementing the National Climate Agreement, and that effectively embedding climate policy into other policies and existing policy instruments poses a real challenge. The potential impact of implementing climate policy measures on biodiversity depends on the detail (location, design and management). Greater coherence between nature and climate policies can be achieved by aligning plans for the delivery of the National Climate Agreement and nature policy more closely with each other’s objectives.
    Provinciaal beleid voor maatschappelijke betrokkenheid bij natuur - het beleid nader bekeken in 8 casussen : Achtergrondstudie bij de Tweede Lerende Evaluatie Natuurpact
    Bouwma, Irene ; Kamphorst, Dana ; Doren, Didi van; Boer, Tineke de; Buijs, Arjen ; Goossen, Martin ; Donders, Josine ; Frissel, Joep ; Broekhoven, Saskia van; Mensink, Viktor ; Zee, Friso van der - \ 2020
    Wageningen : Wettelijke Onderzoekstaken Natuur & Milieu (WOt-technical report 175) - 152
    Since 2013 the provincial governments have further developed their policies for strengthening social engagement with nature. This study is part of the Second Reflexive Evaluation of the Nature Pact and examined provincial policy strategies for stimulating social engagement with nature. The study examined eight cases involving volunteers, citizens’ initiatives, social care and recreation in eight provinces. The cases analysed the provincial policy programmes and regulations concerning social engagement. From interviews and a document analysis a picture was compiled of stakeholders’ expectations regarding the policies and goals. The outcomes of the policies and experiences of those involved were then assessed in the light of these expectations.
    Deliverable 2.1: Policy. A review of policies and practices throughout Europe on mineral resources and land use
    Henkens, R.J.H.G. ; Bouwma, I.M. ; Cormont, A. ; Sluis, T. van der; Arvidsson, Ronald ; Raaness, A. - \ 2019
    Horizon 2020 - 23 p.
    Access to mineral resources in Europe is important for the economic development of Europe. At the same time, it is widely recognised that it is essential that minerals are responsibly sourced for the sustainable development of Europe. The question is how to balance societal interests, such as expanding cities, infrastructure development, agriculture and nature conservation with the exploration and mining of mineral resources. Land-use planning is a key- mechanism to balance various societal interests to guide sustainable spatial development. Therefore, the integration of mineral resources policies into land-use planning at different levels is a key factor for achieving responsibly sourced minerals. This deliverable of MinLand assesses the current state of affairs on land-use planning in relation to mineral exploration and the safeguarding of mineral resources. The deliverable reviews the issue of governance (e.g. the division of responsibilities between different levels) with a special emphasis on the coherence between existing mineral policies, legislation and land use planning. To analyse this, a survey was conducted amongst 18 participating countries (16 EU Member States plus Ukraine and Norway) to assess the current state of affairs. The mineral land use process has been further visualized for nine EU countries in section 2. In addition to the questionnaire and its updates, additional information has been gathered by contact through emails with consortium experts.
    Mineral land use processes are further analysed and scrutinized in Deliverable D4.2. D4.2 provides the reader with an evaluation of the interplay between the different parts of the land use processes and permitting procedures.
    The current deliverable is one in a series related to mineral policies and land use. This is a first step in describing how mineral raw materials relate to land use together with deliverables D2.3, D3.2 and D3.3. These land use issues will be further elaborated within WP4 (particularly D4.2), WP5, WP6 and WP7. The next step in this process building upon the gathered information is the D4.2.
    Synergie en trade-offs tussen natuurpact en de klimaattafels. : Tussenrapportage WOT-04-010-037.13
    Knegt, B. de; Pleijte, M. ; Bouwma, I.M. ; Kistenkas, F.H. ; Nieuwenhuizen, W. ; Wit-de Vries, E. de - \ 2019
    Maatschappelijke betrokkenheid - casus onderzoek. : Tussenrapportage WOT-04-010-034.60
    Bouwma, I.M. ; Kamphorst, D.A. ; Doren, D. van; Boer, T.A. de; Buijs, A.E. ; Goossen, C.M. ; Donders, J.L.M. ; Frissel, J.Y. ; Broekhuizen, S. - \ 2019
    Lerende Evaluatie - Management (incl nazorg). : Tussenrapportage WOT-04-010-033.14
    Bouwma, I.M. - \ 2019
    Nature conservation and agriculture: two EU policy domains that finally meet?
    Bouwma, Irene ; Zinngrebe, Y. ; Runhaar, Hens - \ 2019
    In: EU Bioeconomy Economics and Policies / Dries, L., Heijman, W., Jongeneel, K., Purnhagen, K., Wesseler, J., Cham : Palgrave Macmillan - ISBN 9783030286415 - p. 153 - 175.
    Over time the EU has developed an ever-expanding body of agricultural and nature conservation policies. This chapter analyses to what extent these two policy fields complement or contradict each other. It analyses the level of the coherence between the policy fields by looking at the interdependent elements objectives, instruments and implementation. Results indicate that over time steps have been taken to improve the coherence between these policy fields. Particularly at the level of policy objectives the agricultural policy has increasingly committed to conserve biodiversity. At the same time nature conservation policy has acknowledged the important role of agriculture in maintaining biodiversity. However, at the level of instruments and implementation practices many inconsistencies remain.
    INPUT DOCUMENT Natura 2000 seminar for the Boreal region : 3rd Natura 2000 seminar for the Boreal region
    Sluis, T. van der; Sepp, Kalev ; Pungar, Diana ; Bouwma, I.M. - \ 2019
    EU - 48 p.
    Het beheer van de Natura-2000 gebieden in de Europese Unie
    Bouwma, I.M. - \ 2019
    Vakblad Natuur Bos Landschap (2019)158. - ISSN 1572-7610 - p. 16 - 18.
    PhD Defence of Irene M. Bouwma: Managing the Natura 2000 network: between Europeanization and societal engagement (Event)
    Dewulf, Art - \ 2018
    PhD Defence of Irene M. Bouwma: Managing the Natura 2000 network: between Europeanization and societal engagement
    Analyse van provinciale natuurbeleidsstrategieën : Realiseren van het natuurnetwerk en vergroten van maatschappelijke betrokkenheid bij natuur
    Wit, Esther de; Doren, Didi van; Bouwma, Irene ; Broekhoven, Saskia van; Kamphorst, Dana ; Kuindersma, Wiebren - \ 2018
    Wageningen : Wettelijke Onderzoekstaken Natuur & Milieu (WOt-paper 49) - 20
    Report on a prioritised list of habitats and emblematic species in the framework of Action 12 of the Nature Action Plan
    Sluis, T. van der; Bouwma, I.M. ; Condé, S. - \ 2018
    Paris, France : European Topic Centre Biological Diversity (ETC/BD Working paper N° A/2018) - 38 p.
    Management rapportage (incl nazorg). Tussenrapportage WOT-04-010-034.54
    Bouwma, I.M. - \ 2018
    WOT Natuur & Milieu (WOt-interne notitie 227)
    Towards Zero Hunger
    Bouwma, Irene - \ 2018
    Co-organizing parallel session “From research to impact - Determining university contributions to the SDGs”
    Managing the Natura 2000 network: between Europeanization and societal engagement
    Bouwma, Irene M. - \ 2018
    Wageningen University. Promotor(en): B.J.M. Arts, co-promotor(en): J.D. Liefferink. - Wageningen : Wageningen University - ISBN 9789463435123 - 205

    The Member States of the European Union have agreed to protect nature. Therefore all Member States have designated protected areas - called Natura 2000 sites that jointly form the Natura 2000 network. This network now consists of more than 27,000 sites and covers over 18% of the EU’s territory. This thesis reviews how different Member States have arranged the management of these sites and how people who own, use or live near these sites – or the organisations representing those people – have influenced the management of the sites. This thesis provides a comparative overview of the variation in policy instruments used by Member States for management and how these instruments have changed due to societal involvement of national and local actors. On the basis of these findings this thesis draws concrete lessons in possible improvements for policy instrumentation for the Natura 2000 network management.

    Research and the UN SDGs: Contribution to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals through research funded by the Dutch Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality
    Bouwma, Irene - \ 2018
    Presentation in session E9 USING DATA AND ICT FOR IMPACT
    Research and the UN SDGs : Contribution to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals through research funded by the Dutch Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality
    Bouwma, Irene ; Veldhuizen, Linda ; Vugt, Simone van; Dias Bernardes Gil, Juliana ; Sluis, Theo van der; Booij, J. ; Jetten, T.H. ; Togt, P.L. van der - \ 2018
    Wageningen : Wageningen University & Research - 11
    Natura 2000 management plans in France and the Netherlands : Carrots, sticks, sermons and different problems
    Bouwma, Irene ; Beunen, Raoul ; Liefferink, Duncan - \ 2018
    Journal for Nature Conservation 46 (2018). - ISSN 1617-1381 - p. 56 - 65.
    Management planning - Natura 2000 - Nature management - Policy instruments - Protected areas

    Many EU Member States are using management plans to ensure the sustainable conservation and management of Natura 2000 sites. The decision about whether to use management plans lies with the Member States. Although management planning systems differ, in most countries the management plan is developed at local level in close consultation with relevant stakeholders. This article explores to what extent national decisions on the management planning system have influenced the content of the local plans. The comparison of French and Dutch Natura 2000 management plans shows that the plans mostly propose conservation measures that can be implemented by individual owners or users of the site and for which funding is available. The individual measures in the French plans reflect the national decision that the management plans should work primarily as a funding tool. The individual measures in the Dutch plans however do not reflect the national decision that management plans should act as a legislative tool to regulate land use activities in and around the site. In the Netherlands, the focus has shifted towards a tool for the coordination of funding. The analysis shows that in both countries the selection of particular measures in the management plans is connected to other policies and funding mechanisms that deal with the problems perceived by involved actors, such as the Common Agricultural Policy and the Dutch National Programme for Nitrogen Deposition.

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