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2016-12-01The future of sustainable urbanism: a redefinitionRoggema, R
2016On the brink of why and how:sustainable urban food planning grows upRoggema, R; Roggema, R
2016Practice of Co-creative Reconstruction in Northeastern Japan for Building ResilienceYan, W; Roggema, R; Oba, A; Middleton, L; Kanamori, T
2016Research by Design: Proposition for a Methodological ApproachRoggema, R
2015-01-01Swarm Planning: Development of Generative Spatial Planning Tool for Resilient CitiesRoggema, R; Nikolay, P; Martens, B; Wurzer, G; Grasl, T; Lorenz, WE; Schaffranek, R
2015Three urbanisms in one city: accommodating the paces of changeRoggema, R
2015Governance of climate adaptation in Australia: design charrettes as a creative tool for participatory action researchRoggema, R; Martin, J; Vos, L; Van Buuren, A; Eshuis, J; Van Vliet, M
2015Smart by Nature: The Use of Swarm Planning in Creating Productive and Adaptive Urban LandscapesRoggema, R
2014-06-01Towards enhanced resilience in city design: A propositionRoggema, R
2014-01-01Dutch and Australian Planning Regimes: Are They Ready to Face Extreme Climate Impacts?Roggema, R
2014-01-01The plan and the policy who is changing whom?Roggema, R
2014-01-01Advanced use of the urban metabolism model in rapidly changing citiesRoggema, R; Alshboul, AA
2014Conclusion, Discussion and RecommendationsRoggema, R
2014Shifting ParadigmsRoggema, R; Roggema, R
2014Resourcing local communities for climate adaptive designs in Victoria, AustraliaRoggema, R; Vos, L; Martin, J
2014The Charrette of Mr. XuRoggema, R
2014The Design CharretteRoggema, R; Roggema, R
2014Swarming landscapes, new pathways for resilient citiesRoggema, R
2014Incremental Change, Transition or Transformation? Optimising Change Pathways for Climate Adaptation in Spatial PlanningRoggema, R
2014The use of spatial planning to increase the resilience for future turbulence in the spatial system of the Groningen region to deal with climate changeRoggema, R