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Wicked problem:Civilian participation in drawing up zoning plans

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Wicked problem: civilian participation in drawing up zoning plans Expert: Geert van Aken Topic: Social Impact  Zoning plans The municipal zoning plan practice runs smoothly. The municipality of The Hague adopts around twenty plans a year. The municipal administration wants to involve residents more proactively in drawing up zoning plans. Instead of the usual participation […]

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Wicked problem:Small household waste besides containers

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Wicked problem: Small household waste besides the underground residual waste containers Topic: Liveable city Expert: Michael Wilson, projectmanager Aanpak zwerfvuil   Household waste collected The Hague is a clean city. This is partly due to the use of underground residual waste containers (ORACs) to collect household waste. There are now 4900 ORACs in the outdoor […]

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