Together with Buro Sant en Co, this Monday we presented the results of our vision for the development of the National Landscape ‘het Groene Hart’ (the Green Heart) for a large audience.
Land subsidence leads to CO2 emissions, high costs for infrastructure and foundations and increased water problems. Three scenarios indicate in which way the area could develop towards a diverse, attractive and economically vital landscape where land subsidence is reduced as much as possible.
The research will be published in two weeks, and was commissioned by the three provincial advisors for spatial quality Harm Veenenbos, Paul Roncken and Stevens Slabbers. Together with Paul Plambeck, Theo Vogelenzang – Wageningen Economic Research, Erik Jansen – Veenweide Innovatie Centrum, Gilles Erkens – Deltares en Mariles Feringa en Patricia Braaksma – Stuurgroep Groene Hart