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Controlling mobility, performing borderwork: cycle mobility in Copenhagen and the multiplication of boundaries
The paper examines Copenhagen cycle policy, showing cycle mobility to be an everyday form of urban mobility that has appeal for a wide range of citizens and which is as significant for urban life asExpand
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New Region, New Story: Imagining Mobile Subjects in Transnational Space
Abstract This paper investigates the changing relations between citizens and Europe's internal borders by seeing these relations as objects of governmentality of mobilities. It focuses on theExpand
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Sketching sustainable land use in Europe by 2040: a multi-stakeholder participatory approach to elicit cross-sectoral visions
The continuously growing global demands on a finite land resource will require better strategic policies and management of trade-offs to avoid conflicts between different land-use sectors. Visions ofExpand
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This report analyses the prospects and barriers of applying ecosystem based approaches systematically to climate adaptation in urban areas, taking the case of green roofs in Copenhagen Municipality.Expand
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How do Europeans want to live in 2040? Citizen visions and their consequences for European land use
The aspirations, motivations and choices of individual European citizens are a major driver of the future of global, European and local land use. However, until now no land use study has explicitlyExpand
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The Science–Policy Interface for Climate Change Adaptation: the Contribution of Communities of Practice Theory
Climate change adaptation demands a successful science–policy interface that can enhance the translation of climate scenarios to adaptation policies. However, experience shows it is difficult toExpand
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