Urban water management as a change process

E.A.E.M. Van Beurden & G.D. Geldof
Interactive implementation is a method for the transition from an end-of-pipe approach to a source control approach (in this paper by means of an urban water plan process) for the existing urban areas. But the success of interactive implementation cannot be guaranteed. Based upon experiences in the water plans of Nijmegen and Nieuwegein, six conditions for a successful process based upon interactive implementation, are formulated. Those conditions are usually not met at the start of...
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