Heleen Mees
Heleen Mees
Assistant Professor Utrecht University
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Adaptation to climate change-related risks in Dutch urban areas: stimuli and barriers
H Runhaar, H Mees, A Wardekker, J van der Sluijs, PPJ Driessen
Regional environmental change 12 (4), 777-790, 2012
1622012
Exploring the scope of public and private responsibilities for climate adaptation
HLP Mees, PPJ Driessen, HAC Runhaar
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 14 (3), 305-330, 2012
1162012
Legitimate adaptive flood risk governance beyond the dikes: the cases of Hamburg, Helsinki and Rotterdam
HLP Mees, PPJ Driessen, HAC Runhaar
Regional Environmental Change 14 (2), 671-682, 2014
982014
A method for the deliberate and deliberative selection of policy instrument mixes for climate change adaptation
HLP Mees, J Dijk, D van Soest, PPJ Driessen, MH van Rijswick, ...
Ecology and Society 19 (2), 2014
922014
Who governs climate adaptation? Getting green roofs for stormwater retention off the ground
HLP Mees, PPJ Driessen, HAC Runhaar, J Stamatelos
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 56 (6), 802-825, 2013
912013
Adaptation to climate change in urban areas: Climate-greening London, Rotterdam, and Toronto
HLP Mees, PPJ Driessen
Climate law 2 (2), 251-280, 2011
832011
Local governments in the driving seat? A comparative analysis of public and private responsibilities for adaptation to climate change in European and North-American cities
H Mees
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 19 (4), 374-390, 2017
692017
The Roles of Residents in Climate Adaptation: A systematic review in the case of the Netherlands
DLT Hegger, HLP Mees, PPJ Driessen, HAC Runhaar
Environmental Policy and Governance 27 (4), 336-350, 2017
522017
From citizen participation to government participation: A n exploration of the roles of local governments in community initiatives for climate change adaptation in the N etherlands
HLP Mees, CJ Uittenbroek, DLT Hegger, PPJ Driessen
Environmental Policy and Governance 29 (3), 198-208, 2019
472019
" Cool" governance of a" hot" climate issue: public and private responsibilities for the protection of vulnerable citizens against extreme heat
HLP Mees, PPJ Driessen, HAC Runhaar
Regional Environmental Change 15 (6), 1065-1079, 2015
432015
The design of public participation: who participates, when and how? Insights in climate adaptation planning from the Netherlands
CJ Uittenbroek, HLP Mees, DLT Hegger, PPJ Driessen
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 62 (14), 2529-2547, 2019
322019
Handling adaptation policy choices in Sweden, Germany, the UK and the Netherlands
E Massey, D Huitema, H Garrelts, K Grecksch, H Mees, T Rayner, ...
Journal of Water and Climate Change 6 (1), 9-24, 2015
32*2015
Societal transformations in the face of climate change; research priorities for the next decade
PPJ Driessen, JH Behagel, DLT Hegger, HLP Mees, L Almesjo, ...
JPI Climate, 2013
31*2013
Prepared for climate change? A method for the ex-ante assessment of formal responsibilities for climate adaptation in specific sectors
HAC Runhaar, CJ Uittenbroek, H Van Rijswick, HLP Mees, PPJ Driessen, ...
Regional Environmental Change 16 (5), 1389-1400, 2016
292016
A diagnostic tool for supporting policymaking on urban resilience
A Wardekker, B Wilk, V Brown, C Uittenbroek, H Mees, P Driessen, ...
Cities 101, 102691, 2020
282020
Responsible climate change adaptation: Exploring, analysing and evaluating public and private responsibilities for urban adaptation to climate change
H Mees
Utrecht University, 2014
232014
A framework for assessing the accountability of local governance arrangements for adaptation to climate change
H Mees, P Driessen
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 62 (4), 671-691, 2019
212019
Solidarity in water management
A Keessen, MJ Vink, M Wiering, D Boezeman, W Ernst, H Mees, ...
Ecology and Society 21 (4), 2016
212016
Typologies of citizen co-production in flood risk governance
H Mees, M Alexander, M Gralepois, P Matczak, H Mees
Environmental Science & Policy 89, 330-339, 2018
162018
Local narratives of change as an entry point for building urban climate resilience
B Marschütz, S Bremer, H Runhaar, D Hegger, H Mees, J Vervoort, ...
Climate Risk Management 28, 100223, 2020
152020
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