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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
Balans van de Leefomgeving 2018 : Nederland duurzaam vernieuwen
Egmond, Petra van; Elzenga, Hans ; Buitelaar, Edwin ; Eerdt, Martha van; Eskinasi, Martijn ; Franken, Ron ; Gaalen, Frank van; Hanemaaijer, Aldert ; Hilbers, Hans ; Hollander, Guus de; Nijland, Hans ; Ritsema van Eck, Jan ; Ros, Jan ; Schilder, Frans ; Spoon, Martijn ; Uitbeijerse, Gabrielle ; Wouden, Ries van der; Vonk, Marijke ; Vugteveen, Pim ; Goossen, Martijn ; Blom, Wim ; Bredenoord, Hendrien ; Brink, Thelma van den; Evers, David ; Doren, Didi van; Grinsven, Hans van; Hinsberg, Arjen van; Muilwijk, Hanneke ; Oorschot, Mark van; Peeters, Jeroen ; Puijenbroek, Peter van; Raspe, Otto ; Rijn, Frank van; Schijndel, Marian van; Sluis, Sietske van der; Sorel, Niels ; Timmerhuis, Jacqueline ; Verwest, Femke ; Westhoek, Henk ; Sanders, Marlies ; Dirkx, Joep - \ 2018
Den Haag : Planbureau voor de Leefomgeving - 284
Naar een kennisagenda voor vermaatschappelijking van natuur : achtergrondstudie
Bredenoord, Hendrien ; Broekhoven, Saskia van; Dirkx, Joep ; Doren, Didi van; Folkert, Rob ; Kunseler, Eva ; Vugteveen, Pim ; Westerink, Judith - \ 2018
Den Haag : PBL Planbureau voor de Leefomgeving - 57
Scaling-up low-carbon urban initiatives: towards a better understanding
Doren, D. van; Driessen, P.P.J. ; Runhaar, Hens ; Giezen, M. - \ 2018
Urban Studies 55 (2018)1. - ISSN 0042-0980 - p. 175 - 194.
In cities worldwide, low-carbon urban initiatives (LCUIs) are realised by pioneers that prove that climate mitigation strategies can be integrated in urban development trajectories. Practitioners and scholars reflect on the need to scale-up such initiatives in order to accelerate the transition to low-carbon cities. Yet, limited conceptual clarity exists regarding the meaning of the concept of ‘scaling-up’ and the factors driving this process. This article aims to contribute to practice and theory on low-carbon urban development by presenting a taxonomy on the concept of scaling-up. Moreover, an explanatory framework is presented consisting of factors expected to contribute to the impact and scaling-up of LCUIs. Two case studies were conducted to illustrate the explanatory framework. The studies are illustrative but suggest that the explanatory framework allows for a systematic understanding of how the impact of former initiatives can be explained, and how their scaling-up can be promoted.
Scaling-up energy conservation initiatives : Barriers and local strategies
Doren, D. van; Giezen, M. ; Driessen, P.P.J. ; Runhaar, H.A.C. - \ 2016
Sustainable Cities and Society 26 (2016). - ISSN 2210-6707 - p. 227 - 239.
Barriers - Energy conservation initiatives - Local strategies - Low-carbon - Scaling-up

Energy conservation in residential and commercial buildings is considered a key challenge and opportunity for low-carbon urban development. In cities worldwide, energy conservation initiatives have been realized that demonstrate the social, financial, and environmental benefits that energy conservation can generate. However, in order to accomplish international goals pertaining to climate mitigation, these initiatives need to go to scale and reach a greater and broader audience. To accelerate the scaling-up of such initiatives, an in-depth understanding of barriers hampering this process and local strategies that can be applied to address these barriers is required. While scholars and practitioners underline the importance of local solutions to the global problem of climate change, little is known about strategies that can be applied at the local level to overcome barriers. This paper has three general findings that can make a valuable contribution to theory and practice on urban climate governance. First, it sketches the context-specificity of barriers to scaling-up energy conservation initiatives and reflects on similarities and differences in barriers to energy conservation in residential and commercial building stocks in two European cities: Utrecht and Valencia. Second, this paper presents several local strategies that can be applied to overcome barriers, thereby improving our understanding of the relation between barriers and solutions. Finally, the findings of the paper suggest that while many barriers have national or international origins, the local environment appears to be a promising scale to address barriers.

Distribution, Elimination and Toxicity of Silver Nanoparticles and Silver Ions in Rats after 28-day Oral Exposure
Zande, M. van der; Vandebriel, R.J. ; Doren, E. ; Kramer, E.H.M. ; Herrera-Rivera, Z. ; serrano-Rojero, C.S. ; Gremmer, E.R. ; Mast, J. ; Peters, R.J.B. ; Hollman, P.C.H. ; Hendriksen, P.J.M. ; Marvin, H.J.P. ; Peijnenburg, A.A.C.M. ; Bouwmeester, H. - \ 2012
ACS Nano 6 (2012)8. - ISSN 1936-0851 - p. 7427 - 7442.
sprague-dawley rats - brain-barrier permeability - engineered nanoparticles - inhalation toxicity - tissue distribution - release - translocation - localization - deposition - kinetics
We report the results of a 28-day oral exposure study in rats, exposed to
Chemical and enzymatic hydrolysis fo anthraquinone glycosides from madder roots
Derksen, G.C.H. ; Naayer, M. ; Beek, T.A. van; Capelle, A. ; Haaksman, I.K. ; Doren, H.A. ; Groot, Æ. de - \ 2003
Phytochemical Analysis 14 (2003)3. - ISSN 0958-0344 - p. 137 - 144.
rubia-tinctorum l - alcoholic aroma formation - tea leaves - hydroxyanthraquinones - primeverosidase - mutagenicity - genotoxicity - derivatives - extracts - lucidin
For the production of a commercially useful dye extract from madder, the glycoside ruberythric acid has to be hydrolysed to the aglycone alizarin which is the main dye component. An intrinsic problem is the simultaneous hydrolysis of the glycoside lucidin primeveroside to the unwanted mutagenic aglycone lucidin. Madder root was treated with strong acid, strong base or enzymes to convert ruberythric acid into alizarin and the anthraquinone compositions of the suspensions were analysed by HPLC. A cheap and easy method to hydrolyse ruberythric acid in madder root to alizarin without the formation of lucidin turned out to be the stirring of dried madder roots in water at room temperature for 90 min: this gave a suspension containing pseudopurpurin, munjistin, alizarin and nordamnacanthal. Native enzymes are responsible for the hydrolysis, after which lucidin is converted to nordamnacanthal by an endogenous oxidase
Modification of potato starch polymers in planta.
Vincken, J.P. ; Jacobsen, E. ; Visser, R.G.F. - \ 1997
In: Starch 96- the book / van Doren, H., van Swaaij, A.C., - p. 89 - 96.
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