Wageningen Research is contributing to RESTORE4Cs through Wageningen Economic Research and Wageningen Marine Research.
Wageningen Economic Research investigates the latest trends in nutrition and the living environment. Within Wageningen University & Research and together with the Wageningen Centre for Development Innovation and the university’s Department of Social Sciences, Wageningen Economic Research is part of the Social Sciences Group. Wageningen Economic Research measures and monitors impacts at company, sector and macro level, with clear indicators and insights into the how and why. Businesses and governments are provided with concrete ways to improve the impact of policies and strategies. By working on new business models, social acceptance and sustainable policies. Wageningen Economic Research has a proven national and international track record and extensive experience in setting up and carrying out policy analyses, including social cost-benefit analyses, impact assessments and foresight studies, as well as market and chain research, consumer research and the development of monitoring systems for industry.
The mission of Wageningen Marine Research (WMR) is to explore the potential of the marine nature to improve the quality of life. WMR‘s most important asset is its expertise in the functioning of marine ecosystems. WMR is expert in assessing the impact of users on these ecosystems and in identifying sustainable uses of the ecosystem. Knowledge of the policies and regulations that these industries face and have faced is essential in this regard. WMR also has in-depth knowledge of the functioning of aquatic production systems. With its scientific knowledge and expertise, WMR ensures objectivity in the conduct of its research and the formulation of its advice, taking into account the social context of its research.
Salt marches and dune ecologist