Making scenarios for nature policy in the Netherlands

E. Dammers, A. van Hinsberg, J. Vader, W.A. Wiersinga

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Abstract

The subsequent building blocks of the scenario study enable policymakers to gradually gain insight into alternative desirable future states of nature and alternative policy-strategies to realize them. This is further stimulated by the character of the scenarios, which contain not only qualitative storylines, but also concrete images and quantita-tive information. In order to build such scenarios various methods were applied, like model calculations, scenario workshops, and design activities. By participating in the scenario study, policymakers not only provided valuable insights but also became more receptive for the results.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings 26th AESOP Conference 2012
Pages5430-5444
Number of pages15
Publication statusPublished - 2012
Event26th AESOP Conference 2012, Ankara, Turkey -
Duration: 11 Jul 201215 Jul 2012

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Conference26th AESOP Conference 2012, Ankara, Turkey
Period11/07/1215/07/12

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Dammers, E., van Hinsberg, A., Vader, J., & Wiersinga, W. A. (2012). Making scenarios for nature policy in the Netherlands. In Proceedings 26th AESOP Conference 2012 (pp. 5430-5444)
Dammers, E. ; van Hinsberg, A. ; Vader, J. ; Wiersinga, W.A. / Making scenarios for nature policy in the Netherlands. Proceedings 26th AESOP Conference 2012. 2012. pp. 5430-5444
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Dammers, E, van Hinsberg, A, Vader, J & Wiersinga, WA 2012, Making scenarios for nature policy in the Netherlands. in Proceedings 26th AESOP Conference 2012. pp. 5430-5444, 26th AESOP Conference 2012, Ankara, Turkey, 11/07/12.

Making scenarios for nature policy in the Netherlands. / Dammers, E.; van Hinsberg, A.; Vader, J.; Wiersinga, W.A.

Proceedings 26th AESOP Conference 2012. 2012. p. 5430-5444.

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