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Regent’s Canal Cityscape: From Hidden Waterway to Identifying Landmark

Bandung Metropolitan Transportation Planning Collaboration and Perceived Transaction Cost Changes after 2 Decades of Decentralization

Emerging citizen contributions, roles and interactions with public authorities in Dutch pluvial flood risk management

Shared water resources in decentralized city regions: mixed governance arrangements in Indonesia

Socio-spatial inequalities in flood resilience: Rainfall flooding in the city of Arnhem

Carbon emissions of cities from a consumption-based perspective

Civil society contributions to local level flood resilience: Before, during and after the 2015 Boxing Day floods in the Upper Calder Valley

Decentralized Implementation of Flood Resilience Measures – A Blessing or a Curse? Lessons from the Thames Estuary 2100 Plan and the Royal Docks Regeneration

Explaining Dutch Spatial Planning

Water governance in decentralising urban Indonesia

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