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16 Dec 2021
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Sabine Sabine Kunst
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Marit Marit Bogert
Sabine Sabine Kunst

Within the context of national and international developments in Citizen Science and Open Science and with regard to TU Delft's development of several citizen science projects and the growing expertise in working with citizens, we explored the initiatives and organisations active in Citizen Science, its implications in research and education...

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1 Dec 2021
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Anushka Anushka Shahdadpuri

Chaos”, “organic”, “contested”, “messy” are terms evidently used to describe the nature of Indian cities, as 60-80 % are nearly “unplanned” and “self-constructed”. However, these expressions stand antithetical to modern urban spatial practices of planning and planned development which are embedded in regimes of formality and legality. Many of the...

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22 Nov 2021
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Marcin Marcin Dąbrowski
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Meng Meng Meng
Marcin Marcin Dąbrowski

Abstract: The cities of the Pearl River Delta (PRD) have been experiencing an unprecedented urban expansion for the past four decades, leading to emergence of one of the most populous and dynamic urban regions. However, these rapidly expanding cities located in a low-lying delta area also face increasing flood risk...

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14 Nov 2021
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Huiyang Huiyang Qi

1) The paper discusses a perspective for analyzing urban transitions of modern China. 2) The perspective focuses on the reconciliation process of bottom-up public needs and top-down politico-economic goals, and the process can be partially observed through the transformation of local economic organizations. 3) The perspective helps to understand how a particular...

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25 Oct 2021
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Raquel Raquel Hädrich Silva
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Taneha Taneha Kuzniecow Bacchin
Raquel Raquel Hädrich Silva

The spatial imaginaries offered by ecological urbanists working with Water Sensitive Urban De-sign (WSUD) can potentially foster more sustainable urban development by reclaiming space for water in the urban realm, developing new ecological infrastructure and transforming human relationships with water. However, the societal benefits purported by proponents of WSUD do...

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22 Oct 2021
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Markus Markus Wernli

This paper compares three interventionist eco-sanitation cases by applying a structurally extended SWOT matrix for evaluating their transformative relations and capabilities in their respective urban settings of the Global North. The enablers and barriers underlying these human waste cycling communities are assessed by combining qualitative-quantitative data collection and multiform analysis....

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19 Oct 2021
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Neville Neville Mars
Fabien Fabien Pfaender

Peri-urban landscapes present a growing challenge for urban planners. Vast territories that comprise high population densities, but few clear centralities, erode the epistemological integrity of popular planning models. Meanwhile, as in situ urban-industrial development and top-down planned infrastructures transform these intricate landscapes, both the conceptual and practical challenges augment. Here,...

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17 Oct 2021
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José José Mota
João João Seixas

This article presents a preliminary analysis on the evolutionary framework for new types of in-tersections, dialogues and conflicts between urban administration and civic movements in Por-tugal. The analysis is here based on two case studies developed around urban requalification processes in two central public spaces, in the cities of Lisbon...

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15 Oct 2021
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Sammar Sammar Allam

Climate change has been a rising issue with a persisting global warming in stake. Global sea-level rise (GSLR) endangers coastal cities with the increase of 4 mm in sea level annually. A pragmatic intervention and smart nature-based solutions (NBS) is to adapt to change. Studying Coastal regions contours and simulating...

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15 Oct 2021
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Martin Martin Flugelman Olmeda
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Sofia Sofia Frasquet Dreyer
Martin Martin Flugelman Olmeda

Through a visual exploration of the Rio de la Plata’s littoral zone in Buenos Aires, the project seeks to reframe the ecological and aesthetic significance of the post-natural shoreline. The aim is to bring into focus the small-scale ecosystems at stake in the large-scale destruction of River Basin ecologies, exploring...

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