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Steering transformations under climate change: capacities for transformative climate governance and the case of Rotterdam, the Netherlands

In light of the persistent failure to reduce emissions decisively, facilitate long-term resilience against climate change and account for the connectedness of climate change with other social, environmental and economic concerns, we present a conceptual framework of capacities for transformative climate governance. Transformative climate governance enables climate mitigation and...

Sense of place and experimentation in urban sustainability transitions: the Resilience Lab in Carnisse, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Experimentation as a means of governance for sustainability transitions has been advocated for years by transition scholars and geography scholars. We propose that examining the impact of experimentation requires an understanding of its embeddedness in place as a socio-spatial context. This notion of embeddedness, which conceptually aligns well with the understanding of sense of...

The Dynamics of Urban Ecosystem Governance in Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Niki Frantzeskaki 0 Nico Tilie 0 0 Address: Department of Urbanism, Faculty of Architecture, Delft University of Technology , Julianalaan 134, 2628 BL Delft, The Netherlands We explore whether ... the original author(s) and the source are credited. AUTHOR BIOGRAPHIES Niki Frantzeskaki (&) Ph.D., is a senior researcher and lecturer of sustainability transitions with experience in theory

Ecosystem Services in Urban Landscapes: Practical Applications and Governance Implications

Dagmar Haase Niki Frantzeskaki Thomas Elmqvist Urban landscapes are the everyday environment for the majority of the global population, and almost 80 % of the Europeans live in urban areas. The ... . Address: Humboldt Universitat zu Berlin, Berlin, Germany. Address: Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research UFZ, Leipzig, Germany. e-mail: ; Niki Frantzeskaki is an urban governance scientist working