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.
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
The guidance document summarizes lessons learn that are useful for key stakeholders (land owners, local and regional politicians, bureaucrats, NGOs).
The workshop brought together two main groups of participants: 1) experts and stakeholders from European countries with experience in land use agreements in flood risk mitigation and 2) representatives of Hungarian water authorities who wished to learn about the respective READ MORE
The co-organised event brought together experts from around the world to discuss the challenges and opportunities of funding, designing, implementing, maintaining and monitoring the effectiveness of Nature-Based Solutions (NBS) as part of flood risk management plans. Its goal was to READ MORE
Do you need the general idea what is the LAND4FLOOD COST Action about? Do you need to share a brief and simple message to stakeholders? Read and (if useful also translate) our leaflet. So, far following language versions exist: ALBANIAN BULGARIAN READ MORE
The three-day LAND4FLOOD PhD-Workshop on “Innovative and successfully implemented strategies for achieving resilience in Flood Risk Management with a special focus on private and public property flood resilience” from Monday 9th September to Wednesday, 11th September 2019 was conducted by READ MORE
Southern Mediterranean countries are exposed to increasing environmental challenges. Grey infrastructures have been used over the last decades to manage storm water and mitigate floods. Nature-based solutions (NBS), however, provide additional runoff storage/infiltration capacity relevant to address climate change impacts on READ MORE
Flood storage is an effective but also land intensive approach for alleviating flood risk. Governance approaches are needed to balance costs and benefits by involving both the providers and the beneficiaries of flood retention services. The workshop in Salzburg explored READ MORE