Vincent Nadin has presented a lecture titled “The weakness of technocratic and imperative forms of planning for water management in Europe. Are there alternatives?”

In his lecture, Vincent has discussed the approach to implementing the EU Water Framework Directive, concentrated on technocratic river basin management plans and imperative land use zoning plans. The results have been disappointing. What other institutional arrangements and planning tools might help to improve performance?

This presentation took place on Thursday 16th of May, from 12:30 to 13:30 at BK

For the overall program of the 2013-2014 SP&S seminars please visit the SP&S blog:

http://spatialplanningtudelft.eu/

 

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