Catrien J.A.M. Termeer mainly focuses on Corporate governance, Environmental resource management, Adaptive capacity, Vulnerability and Climate change adaptation. Her Corporate governance study combines topics in areas such as Inclusion–exclusion principle, Framing and Data science. Her Environmental resource management study which covers Environmental planning that intersects with Quantitative analysis, International law and Perception.
She interconnects Public policy, Process, Knowledge management and Negotiation in the investigation of issues within Adaptive capacity. Her study in Process management extends to Vulnerability with its themes. Catrien J.A.M. Termeer has included themes like Local government, Empirical research, Interdependence and Public economics in her Climate change adaptation study.
Her primary areas of investigation include Corporate governance, Environmental resource management, Environmental planning, Public relations and Agriculture. In her study, Reflexivity is strongly linked to Wicked problem, which falls under the umbrella field of Corporate governance. Her research integrates issues of Climate change adaptation, Political economy of climate change, Flood control, Vulnerability and Process management in her study of Environmental resource management.
Her work on Spatial planning as part of general Environmental planning research is frequently linked to Mainstreaming, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her research in Public relations tackles topics such as Framing which are related to areas like Politics and Data science. Her Agriculture research includes elements of Supply chain, Environmental economics, Public economics and Adaptability.
Catrien J.A.M. Termeer mainly investigates Corporate governance, Agriculture, Resilience, Environmental planning and Public economics. Her work carried out in the field of Corporate governance brings together such families of science as Environmental resource management, Intervention, Government, Framing and Politics. She regularly ties together related areas like Legitimacy in her Environmental resource management studies.
Her study on Rice farmers is often connected to Context as part of broader study in Agriculture. The various areas that Catrien J.A.M. Termeer examines in her Environmental planning study include Economic sector and Deliverable. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Domestic policy, Food systems and Value.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Corporate governance, Agriculture, Framing, Environmental economics and Perspective. Her Corporate governance study incorporates themes from Wicked problem, Social psychology, Environmental resource management and Environmental planning. The concepts of her Environmental resource management study are interwoven with issues in Legitimacy, Strengths and weaknesses, Food insecurity and Food systems.
Her Environmental planning research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Information sharing and Information system. Catrien J.A.M. Termeer has researched Framing in several fields, including Typology, Public relations, Agro food, Social media and Public opinion. Her Environmental economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Agricultural landscapes, Public economics and Operationalization.
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The Adaptive Capacity Wheel: A method to assess the inherent characteristics of institutions to enable the adaptive capacity of society
Joyeeta Gupta;Catrien Termeer;Judith Klostermann;Sander Meijerink.
Environmental Science & Policy (2010)
On the nature of barriers to climate change adaptation
G.R. Biesbroek;J.E.M. Klostermann;C.J.A.M. Termeer;P. Kabat;P. Kabat.
Regional Environmental Change (2013)
Explaining and overcoming barriers to climate change adaptation
Klaus Eisenack;Susanne C. Moser;Esther Hoffmann;Richard J. T. Klein;Richard J. T. Klein.
Nature Climate Change (2014)
Disentangling scale approaches in governance research: comparing monocentric, multilevel, and adaptive governance
C.J.A.M. Termeer;A.R.P.J. Dewulf;M. van Lieshout.
Ecology and Society (2010)
A framework to assess the resilience of farming systems
Miranda P.M. Meuwissen;Peter H. Feindt;Peter H. Feindt;Alisa Spiegel;Catrien J.A.M. Termeer.
Agricultural Systems (2019)
Governance Capabilities for Dealing Wisely With Wicked Problems
Catrien J. A. M. Termeer;Art Dewulf;Gerard Breeman;Sabina J. Stiller.
Administration & Society (2015)
The regional governance of climate adaptation: A framework for developing legitimate, effective, and resilient governance arrangements
Catrien C. J. A. M. Termeer;Art Dewulf;Helena Van Rijswick;Arwin Van Buuren.
Climate Law (2011)
Barriers to climate change adaptation in the Netherlands
Robbert Biesbroek;Judith Klostermann;Catrien Termeer;Pavel Kabat.
Climate Law (2011)
Managing Perceptions in Networks
C.J.A.M. Termeer;J.F.M. Koppenjan.
Transformational change: governance interventions for climate change adaptation from a continuous change perspective
Catrien J.A.M. Termeer;Art Dewulf;G. Robbert Biesbroek.
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management (2017)
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