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Beste boeren, de burger houdt wél van jullie
Broekhuizen, R.E. van - \ 2019

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Er woedt een strijd over wie eigenaar is van het platteland
Broekhuizen, R.E. van - \ 2019
Baardrob Erignatus barbatus
Brasseur, S.M.J.M. ; Reijnders, P.J.H. - \ 2016
In: Atlas van de Nederlandse zoogdieren / Broekhuizen, S., van Loon, A.J., Leiden : Naturalis - ISBN 9789050115346 - p. 272 - 273.
Grijze zeehond Halichoerus grypus
Brasseur, S.M.J.M. ; Reijnders, P.J.H. - \ 2016
In: Atlas van de Nederlandse zoogdieren / Broekhuizen, S., van Loon, A.J., Leiden : Naturalis - ISBN 9789050115346 - p. 276 - 278.
Klapmuts Cystophora cristata
Brasseur, S.M.J.M. ; Reijnders, P.J.H. - \ 2016
In: Atlas van de Nederlandse zoogdieren / Broekhuizen, S., van Loon, A.J., Leiden : Naturalis - ISBN 9789050115346 - p. 274 - 275.
Ringelrob Pusa hispida
Brasseur, S.M.J.M. ; Reijnders, P.J.H. - \ 2016
In: Atlas van de Nederlandse zoogdieren / Broekhuizen, S., van Loon, A.J., Leiden : Naturalis - ISBN 9789050115346 - p. 286 - 287.
Walrus Odobenus rosmarus
Brasseur, S.M.J.M. ; Reijnders, P.J.H. - \ 2016
In: Atlas van de nederlandse zoogdieren / Broekhuizen, S., van Loon, A.J., Leiden : Naturalis - ISBN 9789050115346 - p. 207 - 271.
Zadelrob Pagophilus groenlandicus
Brasseur, S.M.J.M. ; Reijnders, P.J.H. - \ 2016
In: Atlas van de Nederlandse zoogdieren / Broekhuizen, S., van Loon, A.J., Leiden : Naturalis - ISBN 9789050115346 - p. 279 - 280.
Gewone zeehond Phoca vitulina
Reijnders, P.J.H. ; Brasseur, S.M.J.M. - \ 2016
In: Atlas van de Nederlandse zoogdieren / Broekhuizen, S., van Loon, A.J., Leiden : Naturalis - ISBN 9789050115346 - p. 281 - 285.
Agrarische ondernemers over de mestwetgeving : beleving van het mestbeleid: draagvlak, knelpunten en oplossingen
Lauwere, Carlien de; Bock, Bettina ; Broekhuizen, Rudolf van; Candel, Jeroen ; Geerling-Eiff, Floor ; Koeijer, Tanja de; Rougoor, Carin ; Termeer, Katrien - \ 2016
Wageningen : Wageningen Economic Research (Wageningen Economic Research rapport 2016-103) - ISBN 9789463430173 - 99
Akkerbouwers, melkveehouders en varkenshouders vinden het goed dat er een mestbeleid is en hebben de intentie om hier nauwkeurig aan te blijven voldoen, ook als het verder wordt aangescherpt. Het draagvlak voor het huidige mestbeleid, ofwel de mate waarin ondernemers achter het beleid staan, is echter gering bij agrarische ondernemers en andere belanghebbenden. Dit is een belangrijke conclusie uit het onderzoek naar de beleving van het mestbeleid door agrarische ondernemers en andere belanghebbenden dat is uitgevoerd in het kader van de evaluatie van de mestwetgeving in 2016.
Volksdijk, BNA Ontwerpstudie "Adaptieve Dijk"
Vries, Sjors de; Broekhuizen, R.E. van; Agricola, H.J. ; Kuiper, Erik ; Blokland, Johan ; Ziegler, Philip ; Aben, Rob - \ 2016
s.n. - 45 p.
Wild zwijn : Sus scrofa
Groot Bruinderink, G.W.T.A. ; Broekhuizen, S. - \ 2016
In: Atlas van de Nederlandse zoogdieren Zeist : Naturalis Biodiversity Center (Natuur van Nederland 12) - ISBN 9789050115346 - p. 288 - 291.
Distribution of the wild boar in the Netherlands is strictly controlled, and is limited to two areas: the Veluwe in Gelderland and the Meinweg in central Limburg. Wild boars outside these areas are culled. Wild boars prefer varied landscapes with a mix of forest areas and open spaces. SInce the beginning of the 21st century, annual population growth has increased to 200-250% in many years. Recently, wild boar has expanded its range in Noord-Brabant. Culling will probably not suffice to stop further growth of this population.
Damhert : Dama dama
Groot Bruinderink, G.W.T.A. ; Broekhuizen, S. - \ 2016
In: Atlas van de Nederlandse zoorgdieren Naturalis Biodiversity Center (Natuur van Nederland 12 ) - ISBN 9789050115346 - p. 293 - 296.
Although Turkey is now the only country to which it is indigenous, fallow deer have been introduced into large parts of Europe. Fallow deer that either escaped or were released have formed populations across the Nteherlands. Their core distribution areas are the coastal dunes and the Veluwe. Fallow deer refer deciduous and mixed forest in combination with open, herb-rich areas. In the Netherlands, this makes the coastal dunes an ideal habitat for the species. Over the most recent period covered by this atlas, fallow deer population numbers have increased, even in areas where annual culling takes place.
Edelhert : Cervus elaphus
Groot Bruinderink, G.W.T.A. ; Broekhuizen, S. - \ 2016
In: Atlas van de Nederlandse zoogdieren Naturalis Biodiversity Center (Natuur van Nederland 12) - ISBN 9789050115346 - p. 296 - 299.
The red deer occurs on the Veluwe in Gelderland and in the Oostvaardersplassen in Flevoland. Both populations have been fenced in. Outside these areas, there is a zero tolerance policy and culling measures are in place. In the past few decades, the population on the Veluwe grew to around 2500 animals. The population in the Oostvaardersplassen is about the same size, and grew from an Original group of 44 that was released in the area in 1992. Some Dutch provinces may suspend the current zero tolerance policy to make way for red deer in the future.
Ree : Capreolus capreolus
Groot Bruinderink, G.W.T.A. ; Broekhuizen, S. - \ 2016
In: Atlas van de Nederlandse zoogdieren Naturalis Biodiversity Center (Natuur van Nederland ) - ISBN 9789050115346 - p. 299 - 302.
The European roe deer occurs in most of the Netherlands. It is only absent from large polders in Noord-Holland, Zuid-Holland and Utrecht and from some of the Wadden Sea islands. Roe deer are found in a wide range of landscape types, but population density is highest in parkland. They prefer to forage in forest clearings and along forest edges. In the most recent period covered by this atlas, roe deer have established populations in, for example, Zeeuws-Vlaanderen in Zeeland and on the Wadden Sea Island Terschelling. Roe deer population numbers have continued to increase nationally, ever since the introductio of the Hunting Act 1954.
Are Local Food Chains More Sustainable than Global Food Chains? Considerations for Assessment
Brunori, Gianluca ; Galli, Francesca ; Barjolle, Dominique ; Broekhuizen, Rudolf Van - \ 2016
Sustainability 8 (2016)5. - ISSN 2071-1050
This paper summarizes the main findings of the GLAMUR project which starts with an apparently simple question: is “local” more sustainable than “global”? Sustainability assessment is framed within a post-normal science perspective, advocating the integration of public deliberation and scientific research. The assessment spans 39 local, intermediate and global supply chain case studies across different commodities and countries. Assessment criteria cover environmental, economic, social, health and ethical sustainability dimensions. A closer view of the food system demonstrates a highly dynamic local–global continuum where actors, while adapting to a changing environment, establish multiple relations and animate several chain configurations. The evidence suggests caution when comparing “local” and “global” chains, especially when using the outcomes of the comparison in decision-making. Supply chains are analytical constructs that necessarily—and arbitrarily—are confined by system boundaries, isolating a set of elements from an interconnected whole. Even consolidated approaches, such as Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), assess only a part of sustainability attributes, and the interpretation may be controversial. Many sustainability attributes are not yet measurable and “hard” methodologies need to be complemented by “soft” methodologies which are at least able to identify critical issues and trade-offs. Aware of these limitations, our research shows that comparing local and global chains, with the necessary caution, can help overcome a priori positions that so far have characterized the debate between “localists” and “globalists”. At firm level, comparison between “local” and “global” chains could be useful to identify best practices, benchmarks, critical points, and errors to avoid. As sustainability is not a status to achieve, but a never-ending process, comparison and deliberation can be the basis of a “reflexive governance” of food chains.
Volksdijk; de adaptieve dijk, studielocatie Grebbedijk
Blokland, J. ; Ziegler, P. ; Aben, R. ; Vries, R. de; Broekhuizen, R.E. van; Agricola, H. ; Kuiper, E. - \ 2016
In: De adaptieve dijk; strategieën voor dijktransitie in de komende 100 jaar BNA Onderzoek Amsterdam - p. 32 - 41.
dijken - veiligheid - hoogwaterbeheersing - waterbouwkunde - innovaties - ruimtelijke ordening - gebiedsontwikkeling - dykes - safety - flood control - hydraulic engineering - innovations - physical planning - area development
Hoe kan de dijk weer volwaardig onderdeel worden van de maatschappij, zonder daarbij de veiligheid aan te tasten? Kunnen we onze democratie –die een oorsprong heeft in de waterschappen- herijken en waarde geven? Hoe maken van de dijk als technisch kunstwerk ook een democratisch kunstwerk dat past bij 21ste eeuw? Hoe transformeren we de verkrampte en functioneel eenzijdige dijk in een adaptieve en veelzijdige dijk?
Sense and Non-Sense of Local–Global Food Chain Comparison, Empirical Evidence from Dutch and Italian Pork Case Studies
Oostindie, Henk ; Broekhuizen, Rudolf Van; Roest, Kees De; Belletti, Giovanni ; Arfini, Filippo ; Menozzi, Davide ; Hees, Eric - \ 2016
Sustainability 8 (2016)4. - ISSN 2071-1050
Priority setting between local versus global food chains continues to be subject of debate among food, rural and agricultural scholars with an interest in how to support more sustainable food provision and consumption patterns. Recently the FP7 European GLAMUR project targeted to assess and compare the performances of local versus global food chains in a systematic way covering multiple performance dimensions. Especially drawing on empirical research on the performances of three Italian and three Dutch pork chains, it will be argued that meaningful performance comparison needs to acknowledge the complex, multi-facetted and time and place specific interaction patterns between (more) global and (more) local pork chains. Therefore, as regards these pork chains, local–global performance comparison is thought to have hardly significance in isolation from complementary “horizontal” (place-based) and “circular” (waste or by-product valorization oriented) assessments. As will be concluded, this methodological complexity of food chain performance comparison doesn’t allow for simple statements regarding the pros and cons of (more) global versus (more) local pork chains. Hence, it is recommended to avoid such less fruitful local–global dichotomy and to concentrate on more policy relevant questions as: how to facilitate fundamentally different resource-use-efficiency strategies and how to optimize the place-specific interaction between more “local” versus more “global” food systems?
Glamur : Global and local food assessment: a multidimensional performance-based approach
Broekhuizen, R.E. van - \ 2016
Comparative analysis of pork supply chains in Italy and the Netherlands
Roest, K. De; Belletti, G. ; Arfini, F. ; Menozzi, D. ; Oostindië, H.A. ; Broekhuizen, R.E. van; Hees, E. - \ 2015
Wageningen : Wageningen UR - 28 p.
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