The long tradition of water management in the Netherlands went hand in hand with a long tradition of collaboration and a Dutch culture of making compromises. In this paper, we identify a number of practically recognizable criteria for evaluating collaborative design processes for problems within the coastal context. First, by examining the theoretical roots in literature. Second, experiential lessons drawn from a stakeholder-inclusive knowledge intervention on coastal management on Texel, the Netherlands. Insights are used to substantiate criteria for evaluating collaborative design processes in coastal management. By expressing our suite of theory-based and experiential-based criteria, we seek to collate these findings into an aggregated framework of a co-design process, and so to contribute to the enhancing the embedding of the concept of “co-design in coastal systems”.
|Number of pages||1|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|
|Event||1st International Conference on Water Security - Hyatt Regency Toronto, Toronto, Canada|
Duration: 17 Jun 2018 → 20 Jun 2018
|Conference||1st International Conference on Water Security|
|Period||17/06/18 → 20/06/18|