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Blufpoker met slechte kaarten

“Stikstofregels raken 18.000 projecten”, kopte het NRC op 5 september 2019[i], met als ondertitel ‘De gevolgen van het stikstofbesluit van de Raad van State zijn veel groter dan gedacht’. De grote omvang van de impact is wellicht een verrassing voor… Continue Reading →

Zin en onzin in het “stikstofdebat” II

Was de PAS een goed instrument? De heren verschillen van mening over de kwaliteit van het instrument. Dhr. Wassenberg geeft, in lijn met de Raad van State, aan dat het instrument in strijd was met de wet, terwijl dhr. Mackus… Continue Reading →

Zin en onzin in het “stikstofdebat”

In het radiopgromma Met het Oog op Morgen worden de Kamerleden William Moorlag (PvdA), Arne Weverling (VVD) en Laura Bromet (GroenLinks) geïnterviewd over de gevolgen van het vernietigen van het Programma Aanpak Stikstof (PAS) door de Raad van State en… Continue Reading →

Call for papers: Institutional innovation and trust dynamics

Trust in governance is key to the functioning and adaptation of governance systems. In many places waning levels of trust in governance have become an important driver for institutional innovation. The perceived lack of trust in governments and their institutions… Continue Reading →

The risky business of planning reform

In many countries throughout the EU recent planning reforms have reduced the possibilities for comprehensive and long-term planning. This paper explores the factors that explain why one of these countries, Poland, lost many of its tools for coordinating the policies… Continue Reading →

Entrepreneurship in climate governance

This editorial sets the scene for a special issue on climate governance entrepreneurship at the local and regional levels. To make climate governance work, much policy activity is needed at the local and regional levels. Entrepreneurs are actors who aim… Continue Reading →

Citizens increasingly want to become active participants in urban planning and governments increasingly put in effort to ensure inclusive planning processes. This paper analyzes the institutional work that underlies the attempt to institutionalize a more active role of citizens in… Continue Reading →

Handbook of Planning Theory

Spatial planning is increasingly gaining renewed attention as an invaluable tool for addressing all kinds of socio-environmental issues. However what planning is and could be in contemporary society often differs from those forms of planning that classic readings on planning… Continue Reading →

Omgevingskwaliteit als provinciale missie

  In de afgelopen eeuw is de rijksoverheid zich steeds nadrukkelijker met de inrichting van Nederland en de kwaliteit van de leefomgeving gaan bemoeien. Aan die ontwikkeling is in het afgelopen decennium echter een eind gekomen. In dit artikel schetsen… Continue Reading →

Solutions for global marine litter pollution

Since the 1950s the amount of plastics in the marine environment has increased dramatically. Worldwide there is a growing concern about the risks and possible adverse effects of (micro)plastics. This paper reflects on the sources and effects of marine litter… Continue Reading →

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