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InPlanning is a digital platform for sharing information and publications on spatial planning. The platform is open source so you can read or download publications for free. You will find new PHD publications, books and articles of renowned scientists in spatial planning or related. The platform is funded by the individual planning schools in The Netherlands and Belgium, being the universities of Ghent, Groningen, Amsterdam, Utrecht, Nijmegen and Wageningen. Interested in publishing your book or PHD for low costs, including printed copies and (open source) e-book? Please contact us!
By describing 15 years of Actor-relational Approaches to Spatial Planning in Flanders, the Netherlands and Beyond, the book forms a showcase of the wide applicability of the actor-relational approach in enduring or deadlocked planning processes.
By detailing the Dutch planning system and its cultures this book aims to show not only that we can identify distinct planning cultures across space and time, but also that planning cultures exist within one system.
Urban resilience is almost unanimously identified as an inherently positive guiding principle in the risk reduction policy field. However, limited attention is paid to the learning dimension of resilience-building.
This thesis highlights the value of an area-specific and associated decentralised approach to energy transition that emphasizes integration of policy and collaboration of actors and institutions into Chinese urban governance.