Wageningen University

Our research and education are strongly geared toward application in practice. This is achieved through the close cooperation across different study directions and the combination of the natural and social sciences. This allows us to obtain an integrated approach of actual social themes, such as climate change, unhealthy lifestyles, the continued pressure on natural habitats, and the well-being of animals. The world is our working area. Our researchers are active around the globe and our university hosts students from over 100 countries. Inherent to the structure of the university is the amount of personal attention available for students and researchers. Our mission is, ‘To explore the potential of nature to improve the quality of life.’

Mediation Technical Briefing Notes

The Methodology for Effective Decision-making on Impacts and Adaptation 

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Dryland vulnerability - Typical patterns and dynamics in support of vulnerability reduction efforts

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Smallholder agriculture in Northeast Brazil

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Transfer of adaptation strategies in global drylands: Insights from a typology of vulnerability

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Typology of smallholder vulnerability to weather extremes

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Smallholder livelihoods in the Peruvian Altiplano are frequently threatened by weather extremes, including

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Adaptation Decision Making

Sharing methods, tools and approaches for adaptation decision-making.

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Members

Arend Jan van Bodegom

Course co-ordinator Climate Change Adaptation at Wageningen University

Martijn van Staveren

PhD candidate flood management in deltas at Wageningen University

Art Dewulf

Associate Professor at Wageningen University

Timothy Karpouzoglou

Post doc at Wageningen University

Marketa Hanzlickova

intern/ researcher at Wageningen University

Caroline Lumosi

at Wageningen University

Mathilde Twelkemeijer

at Wageningen University

Ekko van Ierland

at Wageningen University

Diana Sietz

at Wageningen University

Marjolein Pijnappels

at Wageningen University

Erik Van Slobbe

at Wageningen University