Heleen Vreugdenhil
Heleen Vreugdenhil
Delft University of Technology, Deltares
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A sustainability assessment of ports and port-city plans: Comparing ambitions with achievements
CA Schipper, H Vreugdenhil, MPC De Jong
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 57, 84-111, 2017
Pilot projects in water management
H Vreugdenhil, J Slinger, W Thissen, PK Rault
Ecology and Society 15 (3), 2010
A perspective-based simulation game to explore future pathways of a water-society system under climate change
P Valkering, R van der Brugge, A Offermans, M Haasnoot, H Vreugdenhil
Simulation & gaming 44 (2-3), 366-390, 2013
Pilot projects and their diffusion: a case study of integrated coastal management in South Africa
H Vreugdenhil, S Taljaard, JH Slinger
International Journal of Sustainable Development 15 (1-2), 148-172, 2012
Social-ecological systems governance: from paradigm to management approach
N Frantzeskaki, J Slinger, H Vreugdenhil, E Van Daalen
Nature and Culture 5 (1), 84-98, 2010
The natural environment in port development: A ‘green handbrake’or an equal partner?
S Taljaard, JH Slinger, S Arabi, SP Weerts, H Vreugdenhil
Ocean & Coastal Management 199, 105390, 2021
Pilot projects in water management: practicing change and changing practice
HSI Vreugdenhil
VSSD, 2010
On the nature based flood defence dilemma and its Resolution: A game theory based analysis
S Janssen, H Vreugdenhil, L Hermans, J Slinger
Science of the Total Environment 705, 135359, 2020
The influence of scale preferences on the design of a water innovation: a case in Dutch river management
H Vreudenhil, J Slinger, E Kater, W Thissen
Environmental Management 46, 29-43, 2010
The pilot paradox: Exploring tensions between internal and external success factors in Dutch climate adaptation projects
A Van Buuren, H Vreugdenhil, J van Popering-Verkerk, C van Leeuwen, ...
Innovating climate governance: Moving beyond experiments, 145-165, 2018
Pilot Projects for evidence-based policy-making: three pilot projects in the Rhine Basin
H Vreugdenhil, PK Rault
German Policy Studies 6 (2), 115-151, 2010
Identifying ecosystem-based alternatives for the design of a seaport’s marine infrastructure: The case of Tema port expansion in Ghana
WP de Boer, JH Slinger, AK wa Kangeri, HSI Vreugdenhil, P Taneja, ...
Sustainability 11 (23), 6633, 2019
The Dutch dominant perspective on water; risks and opportunities involved
A Offermans, P Valkering, H Vreugdenhil, N Wijermans, M Haasnoot
Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A 48 (10), 1164-1177, 2013
Readiness and willingness of the public to participate in integrated water management: some insights from the Levant
PA Ker Rault, H Vreugdenhil, P Jeffrey, JH Slinger
Water Policy 15 (S2), 101-120, 2013
Beyond the pilot paradox How the success conditions of pilots also hinder their up-scaling in climate governance
A Van Buuren, H Vreugdenhil, JVP Verkerk, GJ Ellen
Workshop: Beyond experiments: Understanding how climate governance …, 2016
Next step in policy transitions: Diffusion of pilot projects
H Vreugdenhil, N Frantzeskaki, S Taljaard, P Ker Rault, J Slinger
Integrated and sustainable port development in Ghana
T Vellinga, J Slinger, P Taneja, H Vreugdenhil
MTEC 2017: 5th International Maritime-Port Technology and Development …, 2017
Cooperating for added value: Using participatory game theory in implementing nature-based flood defences
H Vreugdenhil, S Janssen, L Hermans, J Slinger
Ecological Engineering 176, 106507, 2022
Impacts of governance styles on river restoration in NW Europe
HSI Vreugdenhil, J Slinger, AJM Smits, E Kater
Perth: International Association for Impact Assessment, 2008
Port of the Future Exploratory Study
C Schipper, S Vergouwen, M De Jong, H Vreugdenhil, M De Bel, ...
Deltares Rep. 45, 1220137-000, 2015
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