On 26th May 2022, Mr. Rupesh Shrestha (Germany) presented a joint research paper titled “Enhancing Kathmandu’s Urban Design Through Implementation of Green Infrastructures” at the EGU General Assembly 2022, taking place in Vienna (Austria). In the presentation, Mr. Shrestha and co-authors READ MORE
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 email@example.com with READ MORE
Read LAND4FLOOD web story published on COST office web page HERE.
On 21-24 September 2021, COST Action member Ružica Stričević (Serbia) represented the LAND4FLOOD at the international congress Soil for future under global challenges held in Sokobanja (Serbia). She talked about the impact of nature based solutions for flood risk management READ MORE
The Academy for Territorial Development in the Leibniz Association released the news concerning the recent development within the COST Action. Read it here.
On 22 – 24 June 2021, 4th European Conference on Flood Risk Management took place virtually. LAND4FLOOD COST Action hosted special session: Coping with the challenges of using private land for flood water storage (with the support of Lenka Slavikova, READ MORE
Short Term Scientific Missions (STSMs) are integral part of LAND4FLOOD COST Action. We have supported more than 20 by now. See details here or watch the video of participants sharing their experiences.
Watch LAND4FLOOD video on Working with stakeholders in flood risk management: Who, how and why?
IWRA organised a webinar on “How Private Land Matters in Flood Risk Management” jointly with the LAND4FLOOD COST Action. This webinar built on the IWRA’s Policy Brief authored by Professors Hartmann and Slavikova on How Private Land Matters in Flood Risk Management produced in close READ MORE