"Increasing the Adaptive Capacity in Unembanked Neighborhoods? An Exploration into Stakeholder Support for Adaptive Measures in Rotterdam, The Netherlands"
written by Anita Kokx, Tejo Spit,
published by American Journal of Climate Change, Vol.1 No.4, 2012
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