In cooperation with European Landowner Organization (ELO), we prepared the information about key LAND4FLOOD policy recommendations. The information was published in September/October 2021 issue. Read it HERE.
The COST Action ended successfully in March 2022. To continue networking activities it has been turned into new a IWRA Task Force, LAND4FLOOD. For more information click here. If you are interested in joining the Task Force, send your CV and motivation to the firstname.lastname@example.org with READ MORE
Title: Spatial Flood Risk Management: Implementing Catchment-based Retention and Resilience on Private Land Content: Centralising the role of land and landowners, Spatial Flood Risk Management brings together knowledge from socio-economy, public policy, hydrology, geomorphology, and engineering to establish an interdisciplinary knowledge base READ MORE
Lena Junger (Austria, supported by the HR21 Doctoral School, BOKU Vienna) will spend two months at TU Dortmund working together with Thomas Hartmann and Peter Davids on the topic of resilient recovery. The aim is to conduct interviews with stakeholders READ MORE
The report was developed within the virtual mobility cooperation among colleagues from Baltic countries. The objective of the research was to identify the main barriers and most efficient enablers for activating the application of nature-based solutions (NBS) for flood risk READ MORE
Read LAND4FLOOD web story published on COST office web page HERE.
27 January 2022 The LAND4FLOOD final conference took place virtually. The aim of the event was to disseminate the findings of the COST Action and raise new questions for the future research agenda. The target audience reached beyond the LAND4FLOOD READ MORE
26 – 27 January 2022, Ústi nad Labem (Czechia) The goal of the face-to-face interactive workshop was to introduce some of LAND4FLOOD results and recent thoughts on mobilizing landowners to get their land flooded. More than 15 participants engaged in READ MORE
The guidance document summarizes lessons learn that are useful for key stakeholders (land owners, local and regional politicians, bureaucrats, NGOs).
Title: Flood legislation and land policy framework of EU and non-EU countries in Southern Europe Abstract Floods are a widespread natural hazard affecting people and their assets in regions worldwide, including Southern Europe. Besides coastal floods, the Mediterranean region is highly READ MORE