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79 publications

Better and different mobility

Advisory report
Rli - May 2018
How can the financial resources available for mobility be used more effectively while also exploiting the opportunities for more sustainable mobility?

The healthy city

Advisory report
Rli - April 2018
How can environmental and planning policies for urban areas be designed to achieve health benefits? What should the national government and subnational authorities do to enable this?

Sustainable and healthy

Advisory report
Rli - April 2018
Dutch climate targets will lead to a lower permissible livestock production capacity and a change in diet. How should food policy be revised to facilitate this transition?

Electricity provision in the face of ongoing digitalisation

Advisory report
Rli - March 2018
Can the government ensure that the electricity provision remains reliable as the digitalisation of the electricity system enters a new phase?

A Broad View of Heritage

Advisory report
Rli - December 2017
Transitions are going to alter the physical fabric of much of the Netherlands. What does this mean for the immovable cultural heritage of the Netherlands?

Land for Development

Advisory report
Rli - June 2017
The Dutch Government aims to harmonise land policy legislation. The Council (Rli) argues for a modernised land policy and makes eight recommendations.

Assessing the Value of Technology

Advisory report
Rli - March 2017
What changes will the application of new technology entail for the economy and society at large, with particular reference to infrastructure and the human environment?

Faster and closer

Advisory report
Rli - January 2017
Urban regions are becoming busier. How can the government improve accessibility within these regions?

The Connecting Landscape

Advisory report
Rli - November 2016
The Netherlands is facing major and urgent sustainability challenges. How can and should it supervise the transition of the landscape?

Beyond Mainports

Advisory report
Rli - July 2016
Does the position of the dutch mainports demand a different policy approach when viewed in the light of global trends?