Margo van den Brink
Margo van den Brink
University of Groningen, Faculty of Spatial Sciences
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The adaptive capacity wheel: a method to assess the inherent characteristics of institutions to enable the adaptive capacity of society
J Gupta, C Termeer, J Klostermann, S Meijerink, M van den Brink, P Jong, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 13 (6), 459-471, 2010
7522010
Rijkswaterstaat on the horns of a dilemma
M Van Den Brink
Eburon Uitgeverij BV, 2009
1422009
A strategy-based framework for assessing the flood resilience of cities–A Hamburg case study
B Restemeyer, J Woltjer, M van den Brink
Planning Theory & Practice 16 (1), 45-62, 2015
832015
Institutions for adaptation to climate change: comparing national adaptation strategies in Europe
C Termeer, R Biesbroek, M Van den Brink
European Political Science 11 (1), 41-53, 2012
742012
Words matter in policy and planning
MA van den Brink, T Metze
Utrecht: KNAG/NETHUR, 2006
642006
Are Dutch water safety institutions prepared for climate change?
M van den Brink, C Termeer, S Meijerink
Journal of Water and Climate Change 2 (4), 272-287, 2011
572011
Institutions for climate change: A method to assess the inherent characteristics of institutions to enable the adaptive capacity of society
J Gupta, C Termeer, JEM Klostermann, S Meijerink, MA van den Brink, ...
IVM: Institute for Environmental Studies Vrije Universiteit, 2008
542008
Between tradition and innovation: developing F lood R isk M anagement P lans in the N etherlands
P Jong, M Brink
Journal of Flood Risk Management 10 (2), 155-163, 2017
352017
Organizational conditions for dealing with the unknown unknown: Illustrated by how a Dutch water management authority is preparing for climate change
CJAM Termeer, MA van den Brink
Public Management Review 15 (1), 43-62, 2013
352013
Climate-proof planning for flood-prone areas: assessing the adaptive capacity of planning institutions in the Netherlands
M van den Brink, S Meijerink, C Termeer, J Gupta
Regional environmental change 14 (3), 981-995, 2014
322014
The adaptive capacity of institutions in the spatial planning, water, agriculture and nature sectors in the Netherlands
J Gupta, E Bergsma, C Termeer, GR Biesbroek, M van den Brink, P Jong, ...
Mitigation and adaptation strategies for global change 21 (6), 883-903, 2016
292016
Strategies for integrating water management and spatial planning: Organising for spatial quality in the Dutch “Room for the River” program
T Busscher, M van den Brink, S Verweij
Journal of Flood Risk Management 12 (1), e12448, 2019
202019
Between adaptability and the urge to control: making long-term water policies in the Netherlands
B Restemeyer, M van den Brink, J Woltjer
Journal of environmental planning and management 60 (5), 920-940, 2017
202017
Implementing policy innovations-Resource dependence, struggle for discursive hegemony and institutional inertia in the Dutch river policy domain
M Van den Brink, S Meijerink
ERSA conference papers, 2005
172005
Resilience unpacked–framing of ‘uncertainty’and ‘adaptability’in long-term flood risk management strategies for London and Rotterdam
B Restemeyer, M van den Brink, J Woltjer
European planning studies 26 (8), 1559-1579, 2018
152018
The capacities of institutions for the integration of ecosystem services in coastal strategic planning: The case of Jiaozhou Bay
R Li, Y Li, M van den Brink, J Woltjer
Ocean & Coastal Management 107, 1-15, 2015
152015
Het Organiseren Van Ruimtelijke Kwaliteit: Inzichten Uit Ruimte Voor De Rivier (Organizing Spatial Quality: Insights from Room for the River (References))
T Busscher, S Verweij, M Van den Brink, J Edelenbos, R Bouwman, ...
Busscher, T., Verweij, S., Van den Brink, MA, Edelenbos, J., Bouwman, R …, 2017
112017
Is Bangkok becoming more resilient to flooding? A framing analysis of Bangkok's flood resilience policy combining insights from both insiders and outsiders
N Laeni, M van den Brink, J Arts
Cities 90, 157-167, 2019
102019
Rules for the governance of coastal and marine ecosystem services: An evaluative framework based on the IAD framework
R Li, M Van Den Brink, J Woltjer
Land Use Policy 59, 298-309, 2016
102016
Anticipating water infrastructure renewal: A framing perspective on organizational learning in public agencies
JJ Willems, T Busscher, M van den Brink, J Arts
Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space 36 (6), 1088-1108, 2018
92018
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