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Maarten Wolsink
Maarten Wolsink
DebWo Independent Research, France; University of Amsterdam; Netherlands, Environmental Geography
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Social acceptance of renewable energy innovation: An introduction to the concept
R Wüstenhagen, M Wolsink, MJ Burer
Energy Policy 35 (5), 2683-2691, 2007
30282007
Wind power implementation: The nature of public attitudes: Equity and fairness instead of 'backyard motives'
M Wolsink
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 11 (6), 1188-1207, 2007
13282007
Wind Power and the NIMBY-Myth: Institutional Capacity and the Limited Significance of Public Support
M Wolsink
Renewable Energy 21, 49-64, 2000
13052000
Planning of renewables schemes: Deliberative and fair decision-making on landscape issues instead of reproachful accusations of non-cooperation
M Wolsink
Energy policy 35 (5), 2692-2704, 2007
8222007
The research agenda on social acceptance of distributed generation in smart grids: Renewable as common pool resources
M Wolsink
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 16 (1), 822-835, 2012
6392012
Wind power deployment outcomes: How can we account for the differences?
D Toke, S Breukers, M Wolsink
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 12 (4), 1129-1147, 2008
6032008
Wind power implementation in changing institutional landscapes: an international comparison
S Breukers, M Wolsink
Energy policy 35 (5), 2737-2750, 2007
5632007
Invalid theory impedes our understanding: a critique on the persistence of the language of NIMBY
M Wolsink, (with a reply by Hubbard)
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 31 (1), 85-91, 2006
5472006
Entanglement of interests and motives: Assumptions behind the NIMBY-theory on facility siting
M Wolsink
Urban studies 31 (6), 851-866, 1994
4411994
Making Space for Water - Spatial Planning and Water Management in the Netherlands; Planning for for climate change
J de Vries, M Wolsink, in SDavoudi, JCrawford, AMehmood
Planning for Climate Change, 191-203, 2009
434*2009
Discourses on the implementation of wind power: Stakeholder views on public engagement
M Wolsink, in PDevine-Wright
Renewable Energy and the Public: From NIMBY to Participation, 2011
395*2011
Contested environmental policy infrastructure: Socio-political acceptance of renewable energy, water, and waste facilities
M Wolsink
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 30 (5), 302-311, 2010
2512010
Fair distribution of power-generating capacity: justice, microgrids and utilizing the common pool of renewable energy
M Wolsink, K Bickerstaff, G Walker, H Bulkeley (Eds)
Energy justice in a changing climate. Social equity and low-carbon energy …, 2013
231*2013
Near-shore wind power—Protected seascapes, environmentalists’ attitudes, and the technocratic planning perspective
M Wolsink
Land Use Policy 27 (2), 195-203, 2010
2192010
International Debate on Education for Sustainable Development
Hesselink, Kempen, Wals, etal.
Report and analysis of the ESDebate. International debate on education for …, 2000
192*2000
Dutch wind power policy: stagnating implementation of renewables
M Wolsink
Energy policy 24 (12), 1079-1088, 1996
1851996
Wind Power: Basic Challenge Concerning Social Acceptance
M Wolsink
M Kaltschmitt; NJ Themelis; LY. Bronicki; L Söder; LA Vega (Eds) Renewable …, 2013
181*2013
River basin approach and integrated water management: Governance pitfalls for the Dutch Space-Water-Adjustment Management Principle
M Wolsink
Geoforum 37 (4), 473-487, 2006
1572006
Social acceptance revisited: gaps, questionable trends, and an auspicious perspective
M Wolsink
Energy Research & Social Science 46, 287-295, 2018
1472018
Wind Power: Is There A “Planning Problem”? Expanding Wind Power: A Problem of Planning, or of Perception? The Problems Of Planning—A Developer's Perspective Wind Farms: More …
G Ellis, R Cowell, C Warren, P Strachan, J Szarka, ...
Planning Theory and Practice 10 (4), 521-547, 2009
144*2009
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