Karel Van den Berghe
Karel Van den Berghe
Assisstant Professor of Spatial Planning and Economy TUDelft - BK
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The relational geometry of the port-city interface: Case studies of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and Ghent, Belgium
K Van den Berghe, W Jacobs, L Boelens
Journal of Transport Geography 70, 55-63, 2018
Circular area design or circular area functioning? A discourse-institutional analysis of circular area developments in Amsterdam and Utrecht, The Netherlands
K Van den Berghe, M Vos
Sustainability 11 (18), 4875, 2019
Patterns of circular transition: what is the circular economy maturity of Belgian ports?
E Haezendonck, K Van den Berghe
Sustainability 12 (21), 9269, 2020
From planning the port/city to planning the port-city: Exploring the economic interface in European port cities
KBJ Van den Berghe, TA Daamen
European Port Cities in Transition: Moving Towards More Sustainable Sea …, 2020
When a fire starts to burn. The relation between an (inter) nationally oriented incinerator capacity and the port cities’ local circular ambitions
K Van den Berghe, F Bucci Ancapi, E van Bueren
Sustainability 12 (12), 4889, 2020
Planning the port city: a contribution to and application of the relational approach, based on five case studies in Amsterdam (The Netherlands) and Ghent (Belgium)
K Van den Berghe
Ghent University, 2018
The circular built environment toolbox: A systematic literature review of policy instruments
FB Ancapi, K Van den Berghe, E van Bueren
Journal of Cleaner Production 373, 133918, 2022
Making it concrete: analysing the role of concrete plants’ locations for circular city policy goals
KBJ Van den Berghe, TJ Verhagen
Frontiers in Built Environment 7, 748842, 2021
Friends with benefits: the emergence of the Amsterdam–Rotterdam–Antwerp (ARA) polycentric port region
K Van den Berghe, A Peris, E Meijers, W Jacobs
Territory, Politics, Governance 11 (2), 301-320, 2023
Opmaak van een hittekaart en analyse van het stedelijk hitte-eiland effect voor Gent
B Maiheu, K Van den Berghe, L Boelens, K De Ridder, L Dirk
De hydrologische cyclus in de Belgische kustzone en-polders: de ruimtelijke relatie tussen oppervlakte-en grondwater, de drinkwaterproductie en de afvalwaterzuivering
K Van den Berghe
Masterthesis, Vakgroep Geografie, Universiteit Gent, Gent, 2012
Circular cities
FE Bucci Ancapi, E van Bueren, KBJ Van den Berghe
The palgrave encyclopedia of urban and regional futures, 2022
Beyond geographic path dependencies: towards a post-structuralist approach of the port-city interface
K Van den Berghe
9th AESOP Young Academics conference. Differences & Connections: Beyond …, 2015
When “port-out–city-in” becomes a strategy: is the port–city interface conflict in Amsterdam an observation or a self-fulfilling prophecy?
K Van den Berghe, E Louw, F Pliakis, T Daamen
Maritime Economics & Logistics 25 (2), 330-350, 2023
The Circular Economy: a Re-Emerging Industry?
K Van den Berghe, M Dąbrowski, A Ersoy, A Wandl, E van Bueren
OSF, 2020
The governance dilemma in the Flanders coastal region between integrated water managers and spatial planners
K Van den Berghe, R De Sutter
Frontiers of land and water governance in urban regions 1, 68-81, 2016
De hydrologische cyclus in de Belgische kustzone en-polders
K Van den Berghe, R De Sutter
Ruimte & Maatschappij 5 (4), 32-64, 2014
A policy coherence framework for circular built environment implementation: the case of a campus development
FE Bucci Ancapi, KBJ Van den Berghe, E van Bueren
The state of circularity, 2022
Waarom blijven we havensteden geografisch analyseren? De ideaaltypische concepten zorgen voor een institutionele lock-in
K Van den Berghe
Ruimte & Maatschappij 7 (4), 6-27, 2016
Watergebonden transport en bedrijventerreinen in Zuid-Holland.: Fore-en backcasting van de circulaire economie om de implicaties voor ruimtelijke planning van vandaag te begrijpen
KBJ Van den Berghe, TPY Tsui, G Iliopoulos, C Papadimitriou, A Arrindell, ...
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